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J. Y. JOYNER LIBRARY 

EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY 

GREENVILLE, N.C. 



1974 



THE 

NEWS AND OBSERVER 

INDEX 



1972 



J. Y. JOYNER LIBRARY 
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY 
GREENVILLE, N. C. 

1974 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2013 



http://archive.org/details/newsobserver1972jyjo 



The Reference Staff of J. Y. Joyner Library began this index to 
the Raleigh New s an d Obse rver as a research aid for the East Carolina 
University community. Coverage is generally limited to North Carolina 
news, but national subjects are included when they relate to the state. 
Stories are generally entered by subject rather than place. TO INSURE 
LOCATING ALL STORIES ON A SUBJECT, THE USER SHOULD CHECK EVERY POSSIBLE 
SUBJECT HEADING. 

Initially the Ind ex was highly selective with emphasis on biography, 
education, politics and government, and controversial issues. Coverage 
has become progressively comprehensive so that currently most subjects 
except social news and athletics are covered. 

In 1973, the Jndex was revised using, where applicable, the subject 
headings in The New York Times Thesaurus. Until this revision, biograph- 
ical material was entered under the heading BIOGRAPHY or an individual's 
name; now all biographical entries are under PEOPLE. 

Until 1971, the edition of the Ne ws a nd Observer on microfilm was 
often a later edition than the one available for indexing. For the 
years 1967-1970, if a story does not appear on the page given in the 
Ind ex, the user is advised to scan the entire issue and the following 
issue or issues. Occasionally a story is dropped and does not appear 
in the microfilmed edition. 

Some articles from the eastern edition of the News an d Observer are 
included in this index. These articles are indicated by an asterisk (*) . 
The pages that contain indexed articles from the eastern edition are 

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ABBREVIATIONS 



ABC 

Ag 

Ap 

ASSOC 

CAROLINA TEL AND TEL 

CO 

COMM 

D 

ECU 

(ed.) 

F 

FHA 

J 

Je 

Jl 

LINC 

M 

My 

N 

NAACP 

NC 



PACE 

RARS 

S 

SBI 

TECH 

UNC 

UNC-C 

UNC-CH 

UNC-G 

UNC-W 

UNIV 



Alcoholic Beverage Control 

August 

April 

Association 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph 

County 

Commission 

December 

East Carolina University 

editorial 

February 

Farmers Home Administration 

January 

June 

July 

Learning Institute of North Carolina 

March 

May 

November 

National Association for the Advancement of 

Colored People 
North Carolina 
October 

Political Action Committee for Education 
Raleigh Amateur P^adio Society 
September 

State Bureau of Investigation 
Technical: used only as part of name of school 

school: PITT TECH 
University of North Carolina (whole system) 
University of North Carolina at Charlotte 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
University of North Carolina at Greensboro 
University of North Carolina at Wilmington 
University 



ACCIDENTS (Cont.) 

Rouse uninjured in plane crash Ag 15-5; Driver of bus is charged in 
wreck which killed 3 Ag 15-34; Wreck kills three youths Ag 20-1,1; Small 
plane hits truck Ag 20-1,5; Five die in collision (Kinston) Ag 22-5*; 
Child (Weaver) in yard killed by car at Ahoskie Ag 22-22; 

Fatalities in Kinston wreck include four family members (Futrell) Ag 
22-22; Probe asked in death of (Farmville) woman (Riles) Ag 22-22; Student 
dies in tractor accident (Roseboro) Ag 24-54; Father, daughter hurt in cycle 
fall Ag 28-5; Duster (Albaugh) survives crash; being treated for burns Ag 30-5; 

Loaded tanker truck overturns Ag 31-5*; Marine (Simmons) killed in 
explosion Ag 31-5*; Tanker truck wrecks (Wilson) Ag 31-5; Lost fishermen 
rescued after all-night ordeal S 2-5; Jackson Springs wreck kills 3 S 4-5; 
Three killed in New Bern plane crash S 4-5; 

Moore crash death count rises to 4 S 7-25; 2 killed in crash of plane 
identified S 7-25; Guilty plea given in auto deaths (Holland) S 13-7; Duke 
student (Adams) killed in fall S 13-56; Trooper's car hits, kills child 
(Eailey) S 16-5; Crippled ship is towed to Va . S 18-5; 

Marines die in incidents S 18-25; Youth dies from heat exhaustion (follow- 
ing football game) S 18-25; Power failure on ship cited S 19-22; Truck wrecks, 
spills fuel (Charlotte) S 20-5; Captain was not at wheel S 21-26; Blast 
damages Sanford plant S 23-18; Chased car kills Kinston youth S 24-1,16; 

Bus driver facing trial in 3 deaths S 26-32; Fumes overcome 40 in Morgan- 
ton S 28-5*; Boy hit, killed by motorcycle S 28-46; Highlander plant is 
declared safe S 29-5*; Truck kills 3 bystanders (High Point) S 30-18; Board 
reports on crash (Jl 2, 1971) 1-1,6; NC sailors among dead on cruiser 
(Newport News) 3-23; Death overrules belief (snake bite) 4-5; 

Cycle wreck fatal to two (Chapel Hill) 6-33; Unusual wreck injures 1 
(Raleigh) 9-5; Four men killed as copter crashes (Emerald Isle) 11-14; 
Helicopter crash kills 4 on training flight 12-5*; Helicopter crash victims 
identified (Emerald Isle) 12-40; Cave-in kills 2 workers (Greensboro) 14-8; 

Airplane crash laid to low fuel (Greenville) 15-1,5; Three hurt in high 
speed auto chase in 2 counties 15-1,5; Helmets a help in plane crash (Green- 
ville) 19-5; Yacht sinks, 5 rescued off NC 20-15; Big valve crushes man 
(House) 26-8; Man dies of injury at plant (Garner) 27-19; 

Body of crewman discovered off coast 29-1,5; Youth dies, three saved 
(Moncure) N 20-1; Survivors of tragic canoe trip find return to school inviting 
N 21-5; Wayne wreck kills 7 N 25-1; Exhaust kills dating couple (Wilmington) 
N 25-5; Six hurt in foggy pileup (Reigelwood) N 25-5; 

Boy sole survivor of Wayne tragedy (automobile accident) N 26-1,1; 1 dies, 
4 hurt in Ayden pileup N 29-5; Pamlico crash victims disclosed D 6-30; Ship 
fuel leak probed D 7-5; Rocky Mount crash kills Raleigh woman (Thigpen) D 10-1,1; 
Wreck kills NCSU soccer star (Pfingst) D 11-25; 

Patrolman (East) injured critically D 14-5; Trooper (East) said hurt in 
pursuit D 15-5; 3 men drown as rescue bid fails off NC (Whalebone) D 15-39; 
Gun drops; kills clerk (Charlotte) D 17-1,1; Pender woman's body discovered 
(Paul) D 20-32; Car kills boy after Santa trip (Charlotte) D 22-5; 

Charlotte child is killed in shopping center crash D 22-5*; (Cannon) 
Family to have hospital holiday (following car accident) D 23-5; Plane hits 
mountain near Hickory; 1 killed D 25-5; Plane wrecks near Raleigh D 25-5; 
Crippled plane search continues (Spruce Pine) D 26-5; 



ACCIDENTS (Cont.) 

Ft. Bragg identifies pilot killed in crash (Howell) D 26-5; Harnett truck- 
car crash kills 5 D 27-5; BB pellet kills boy in Oxford D 27-25; Crash kills 3 
teens in Granville D 29-26; 
ACCIDENTS 

see also 
FIRES,' HIGHWAY PATROL; HIGHWAY SAFETY; LAWSUITS; SHIPWRECKS 
ADOPTION 

Adoptions cross racial lines Je 18-111,8; Closed doors face adopteds ' 
identity search Ag 24-33; For Dibbs Oakley 'It's something you think about all 
your life' Ag 24-33; 
ADVERTISING 

Discount drug firm challenges ad curb J 29-9; Ads are protested by women's 
group Ag 25-6; Highway Board sets sign talk S 22-5; Highway Agency acts to 
control billboards 6-33; Group proposes ban on drug ads 26-46; 
ADVERTISING 
see also 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 
ADVISORY BUDGET COMM 
see 
BUDGET 
AFRICANA ARTS CENTER 

Africana arts center funds gone F 10-66; Africana hopes benefit will raise 
needed funds M 11-28; 
AGED AND AGE 

■Tax exemption for elderly confusing F 24-11; Halifax board advised of con- 
demned rest homes M 7-5*; Traveling seminar helps elderly Ap 12-5; Duke pro- 
fessor scores agism as prejudice My 21-111,22; Bus subsidy jeopardized (Raleigh) 
Jl 15-28; Old people posing new problems Jl 16-1,6; 

Dorothea Dix project funded Jl 16-1,12; Health care goes home Jl 20-25; 
Jokes on elderly called prejudicial Ag 6-1,5; Program for aged approved (Greene 
Co., Lenoir Co.) Ag 11-5; Driving class planned for elderly Ag 30-36; Duke 
center for study of aging debunks myths, and some old-timers do a little of their 
own debunking S 24-IV,7; Elderly poor lose welfare benefits 4-1; 

Young and old volunteers search state for elderly who need food assistance 
N 3-17; Proposal to drop bus fare benefit alarms the elderly N 4-34; Senior 
citizens keep doors open to world N 5-111,4; Elderly boarder trades home for new 
Wilmington housing N 10-5; How life can be brighter if you're an 'older adult' 
N 13-15; Sailor home cleared for move to NC N 14-5*; 

Loneliness troubles elderly N 19-1,7; Social services called 'isolated' 
in Region J N 22-5; Local teenagers decide to adopt senior citizens N 25-11; 
NC tours offered to elderly (by First Union National Bank) D 2-20; Senior 
citizens look at wigs D 11-12; Elderly plan holiday at Glenwood Towers D 24-1,5; 

Residents like Glenwood D 25-64; 
AGED AND AGE 
see also 
ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMS? DISCRIMINATION; HOUSING , f MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
AGRICULTURE 

ASCS chief fears axe may fall J 4-2; Chadbourn strawberries ripening 
J 8-1; Farming by airplane catches on in state J 10-13; Farming prospects 
(for the year ahead) F 6-B,l; Cash receipts dip for NC farmers F 19-17; $3 
million paid for NC hog cholera M 11-5; Farm and home section M 20; 

2,300 hogs slaughtered in outbreak of cholera Ap 28-5; Swine killed by 
thousands after outbreak of Cholera My 10-5; 



AGRICULTURE (Cont.) 

Wool payment shows a rise My 15-18; On Ronnie Lassiter's farm, the worm 
has turned Je 4-5; Grape acreage on increase Je 12-25; Stockyard operator 
(Stewart & White) charged Je 13-5; Fertilizer grade list retained Je 15-5; 
Farm income stability needed, Governor says Je 27-5; 

Rains hurt crops in northwestern NC Je 27-5; Shortage brings city kids 
to farm Je 29-5; Most farmers favor federal programs Jl 7-5; Cuke project 
aids families Jl 10-19; Reviving the last cotton press Jl 16-V,7; Organic 
farm set in state Jl 22-5*; Butz here to praise farmers Jl 29-8; 

Consumer role in farm policy to increase Jl 31-21; Farm program payments 
listed Ag 1-7; Top crop of corn in offing Ag 11-29; Diseased hog slaughter on 
Ag 19-5; Blight? what's that? (Southern corn leaf blight) Ag 21-27; Leaf 
harvester cuts labor Ag 24-51; Woodlands certified in tree farm system Ag 25-10; 

Mount Airy man (Midkiff) named crop chief S 1-9; Graham: use curbs 
reasonably S 3-1,22; Apple picking time is here S 4-31; 1,400 swine slaughtered 
(Cholera) S 6-5; Prospects better on corn, peanuts S 13-7; Nick asks rural 
funds S 15-9-B; Galifianakis asks aid for corn crop S 16-19; 

Railcar request (to handle corn) acted on S 17-1,5; Cuke growers use 
trellises S 18-23; Variety is the spice of life for tobacco farmer's busy 
wife S 19-12; NC hog industry 8th in nation S 21-10; NC swine shows cancelled 
S 21-19; Grain loads get clearance S 26-5; Corn pileup moved S 27-5; 

Little promises farmers voice S 28-10; Both primary foes (Galifianakis, 
Jordan) got funds from farm groups (dome) S 30-1; Farmland said underappraised 
6-33; Helms: keep supports high for peanuts 8-1,4; Nick stresses need to 
meet farm problems 10-7; Officials eat pork; Scott confers title 10-19; 

Hog Cholera an emergency 12-WA-l; Land-grant aid opposed in suit 12-39; 
Air pollutants found harmful to NC crops 14-5; Farmers get pledge by Helms 
18-12-A; Carter ends job for ASCS (Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation 
Service) in NC 21-19; Farmers get rebate from '71 (cotton) crop 21-19; 

Peanut rot more serious than originally believed 30-27; Drop forecast in 
peanut crop N 10-9; Ag agents receive awards N 13-25; NC grange members on way 
to convention N 13-25; Number of dairy farms continues to decrease N 13-25; 
Turnips tell us something N 19-1,9; Farmers: don't evict us N 22-5; 

State changes corn rules N 28-34; Reese is given cattlemen post N 29-14; 
Swine breeder (Walters) believes in performance testing N 20-31; Graham: spare 
farmer more ecological laws D 10-1,21; Graham not squaring with farmers (ed.) 
D 13-4; Garner family preserves tradition of hog killing D 20-5; 

(Federal) farm program dropped D 27-1; Farm loan halt alarms Graham D 29-7; 
Farming year seen as good D 29-24; 
AGRICULTURE 
see also 
ANIMALS i COTTON J PEANUTS ; PESTICIDES AND PESTS - TOBACCO 
AIR POLLUTION 

NCSU asks time to abate coal smoke J 28-32; State monitoring pollution 
secretly F 9-30; Pollution patrol plan announced F 19-15; Raleigh area 3rd in 
NC smog list F 24-46; Industrial diseases get expert attention M 16-9; Institute 
does air waste studies Ap 20-35; Efforts to curb smoke emissions are succeeding 
Ap 28-8; Pine kill probe nets no result My 18-54; 



AIR POLLUTION (Cont.) 

(Black) Lung benefit OK'd by Nixon My 21-3; Pollution plan OK'd for NC 
Je 1-11; State sweltering under heat wave Jl 22-1; Pollution hazard hovers 
over NC Jl 23-1, 1; Heat to hang around a while Jl 24-1; Muggy blanket brings 
contrasting reactions Jl 24-5; Break in weather expected for area Jl 25-1; 

NC may be in for smoggy air Ag 14-1; Incinerator cuts costs, minimizes 
air pollution (Blanchard Yarn) Ag 20-Iv,9; Air problem easing, Wilmington club 
told S 21-5" ; Air pollutants found harmful to NC crops 14-5; Columbus air 
cleanup not overnight affair D 21-5; 
AIR POLLUTION 
see also 
POLLUTION; WATER AND AIR RESOURCES; WATER POLLUTION 
AIRPLANES 

Hijacker wrecks 3 planes (Gastonia) F 23-1; Threat detains Piedmont flight 
M 14-5*; Psychiatric care ordered for man (Gastonia) Jl 20-30; Small plane 
crash cycle noted Ag 2-38; 2 jets searched on skyjack alert Ag 22-22; Plane 
in trouble lands on highway (Interstate 40) Ag 27-1,5; 

Service (Raleigh Flying) moving to RDU 7-19; Traffic flies, but con- 
trolled (governor's plane) 18-5; Doctors forming plane club D 1-5; Remote 
control planes on the rise in Raleigh D 11-5; 
AIRPLANES 

see also 
ACCIDENTS 
AIRPORTS 

Zone 2,000 acres airport, Wake planning board votes J 20-62; Raleigh 
airport sold to developer F 4-1; Rezoning action postponed for one month M 7-26; 
Air service to end at Elizabeth City Ap 26-5"; Passenger tax (airports) dis- 
cussed My 3-5; Authority urges 'head tax' My 17-5; 

Airport (RDU) to tax patrons Je 7-1; Airport tax won't affect all users 
(ed.) Je 8-4; Raleigh airport re-sold Je 17-1; RDU board votes to delay imple- 
menting new tax Je 21-30; Airport plans to collect tax Jl 7-5; Flight tax 
scheduled for RDU Jl 8-17; Searching problems pondered Jl 9-1,6; 

Traffic cops of the air Jl 9-IV,l; Aviation study is funded Jl 19-9; Air- 
port tax policy set (RDU) Jl 26-44; NC granted airport funds Jl 27-39; RDU 
flight tax plan getting final touches Ag 2-38; Wake board backs RDU Ag 8-5; 
RDU airport tax approved Ag 16-1; 

RDU authority plans to fight for board tax Ag 20-1,9; Funds for airports 
Ag 31-43; $2 air tax starts today S 1-42; Travelers grumble but pay S 2-30; 
Board okays bond issue for airport (RDU) S 7-7; Private planes 'pay their way' 
(RDU) S 11-34; RDU board oks request for aid S 20-40; 

Banks to share (RDU) bond sale fund S 23-5; RDU airport halts banned head 
tax 14-1; RDU boarding tax brings in $76,269 4-5; RDU head tax loses 4 to 
2 vote 18-44; RDU almost certain to revive head tax 28-1; RDU reinstates 
levy on airline passengers N 1-1; 

Businessman convicted in flight tax refusal N 8-5; Girls' smiles ease RDU 
tax levy job N 18-32; Flight tax okd for Wilmington N 21-25; RDU awaits advanced 
radar tracking unit N 22-5; RDU chairman (Patton) quits N 25-5; Boyd: curbs 
(against hijacking) too costly D 6-1; Airport needs get study D 7-10; 

Scott pushing Plymouth airport D 19-32; Boyd sees checkpoint as economical 
plan D 21-5; Baggage checks increase as RDU tightens security D 22-5; 



ALCOHOL 

Group formed to help understand alcohol F 24-5; SBI checking report 
judge got beverages M 8-7; State receives alcohol grant Jl 16-1,5; Council 
on Alcoholism aims at rehabilitation Jl 20-5; Drunkenness program is 
announced Ag 3-5; Alcoholism: one man's road back (Mcllwain) Ag 27-IV,l; 

Local group joins national alcohol panel S 4-32; Downgrading drunk 
listing urged S 8-7; Detoxication center talked (Wake Co.) 10-23; Alcohol 
said big killer 28-5; Alcoholism program unveiled N 17-16; Hostesses said 
responsible for control of party drinking D23-5; 

Fewer drunks, mentally ill jailed D 30-5; 
ALCOHOL 

see also 
ABC; ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTERS,* BLUE LAWS j LIQUOR BY THE DRINK; 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL 
see 
ABC 
ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTERS 

Female victims of alcohol (state programs) J 5-14; Alcohol center seeking 
orientals for research Je 4-13; Halfway house opening set (Burlington) Jl 16-1,5; 
AMERICAN PARTY 

American Party has governor candidate F 17-38; American Party plans 
candidates F 19-7; State's American Party quietly holds convention Ap 16-20; 
(NC) Delegates selected Je 19-5; 3rd party delegates listed Ag 3-8; Restore 
faith in government, Pettyjohn says, Ag 27-1,9; 

Pettyjohn: American Party is here to stay N 2-8; American Party faces 
vote win regulation (dome) N 4-1; American Party dead for now N 10-7; 
AMERICAN REVOLUTION BICENTENNIAL 

Emblem adopted for bicentennial M 12-20; Commission picks sites S 14-35; 
Gibbs urges American Revolution II S 15-15; Bicentennial agenda hit 14-8; 
200th birthday plans detailed for leaders N 2-6; 
AMNESTY 

Blanket amnesty denied in the 1940 ' s (ed.) My 21-IV,4; 
ANDREWS, IKE 

Andrews: Hawke move caused difficulties D 14-6; 
ANIMALS 

Animal lovers to scrutinize hunt M 22-5*; Wake SPCA pushes pet health 
standards M 26-7; Car turns torture cell for dog Jl 14-38; Gators outfox 
deputies Jl 16-1,5; Raleigh dog show attracts 300 dogs Jl 16-11,8; Taking 
picture of osprey develops into tough chore Jl 16-11,8; 

Another round of cruelty to canines (ed.) Jl 17-4; 2 arrested in cruelty 
to animals Jl 23-1,6; Council panel oks pet law Jl 25-30; House found in 
shambles and pig sleeping in bed Ag 2-5; Pet regulations before council Ag 7-29; 
Stray dogs ravaging livestock of farmers Ag 10-5; 

Council to consider ordinance on animals Ag 15-34; Proposed animal code 
relatively restrictive Ag 16-5; More than one way to love a cat (ed . ) Ag 21-4; 
Animal ruling set for today Ag 21-40; Unwanted animals' fate stirs controversy 
here Ag 21-40; Action delayed again on animal controls Ag 22-32; 

County's role questioned Ag 23-8; Animal control review slated Ag 29-23; 
This raccoon prefers a hardy way of life S 3-1, 5 ; Whatsis (vizeridae) story has 
happy ending S 6-5; No action on pet ordinance S 6-WA-9; Horses are well groomed 
and the riders to boot (NC Championship Horse Show) S 15-36; 

City council again delays action on animal control S 19-32; 



ANIMALS (Cont.) 

Officers probe dog poisonings (Henderson) S 24-1,5; That was no ordinary 
dog show; that was a pooch-a-rama! S 25-14; NC turtle flies home S 29-1; 
Animal plan again on council agenda 2-32; Council adopts cat, dog law 3-1; 
Leash law passed (Chapel Hill) 3-22; Cats included in law 4-36; 

Chapel Hill oks dog rule 17-5; Fish retrieved by bird dog 20-5; Rare 
animals said threatened by (Neuse) dam 20-44; Byways of the news (George Day's 
dog Lady) N 10-44; Doggone big reward N 22-32; 'Save animals' is Honey's goal 
(Kirschbaum) D 14-39; Some pet theories on buying Christmas pets D 17-V,1; Old 
Trigger sharp horse D 21-5; 
ANT I -POVERTY PROGRAMS 

Stew brews over distribution of surplus food J 20-25; 3 Wake schools will 
get tutors J 21-32; Food stamp overpayment claimed F 20-4; Acting director to 
quit Headstart program here F 25-5; Outfit here (Wake) is 'afloat' F 25-5; 
Board irked at criticism, suggests headstart shift M 14-20; 

Grant to help season workers in other jobs M 22-5*; Funds provided for 
summer jobs M 22-21; Wake Opportunities takes over Headstart Ap 7-5; Food 
stamp policy changed Ap 7-8; Fraud of food stamps (Pitt Co.) Ap 11-5; Poverty 
groups supported Ap 12-5; 0E0, County in dispute Ap 15-5*; 

Wake Opportunities gets federal role Ap 20-56; 13 facing stamp arrests 
(Pitt Co.) Ap 21-38; Byers to direct county Headstart My 19-5; US provides 
$388,000 for youth jobs My 20-26; New headstart program attempts to involve 
child's whole family My 25-25; Food program approved (Smithfield) Ag 8-23; 

WIN changes lives S 21-29; 'Last rites' for agency (Pitt Co. Neighborhood 
Youth Corps) 26-5*; Young and old volunteers search state for elderly who 
need food assistance N 3-17; Survey seeks opinions of the poor on needs 
(Research Triangle Institute) N 16-28; 

Health agency (Orange-Chatham Community Health Care, Inc.) lacking staff 
N 19-1,5; His mission brings happiness to the hills (Keyes) D 10-1,5; Castoffs, 
old toys a bonanza for poor D 21-5; 
ANTI- POVERTY PROGRAMS 
see also 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH^ PUBLIC WELFARE; SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS 
ANTIQUES 

If it's old, it may be gold Jl 9-V,l; how to play the antiques game Jl 9-V8; 
I know it's an antique! but what is it? 29-111,1; Dolls resting in attic may 
be valuable antique collector tells woman's club N 2-25; Antique dealers unwrap 
treasures N 7-11; 

ANTIWAR SENTIMENT and DEMONSTRATIONS 
see 
NONVIOLENCE 
APEX 

Historical society visits Apex M 5-V,8; 
APPAREL 

Career women tell secrets of stretching a wardrobe Ag 6-111,4; New jeans 
age fast in hands of teens S 30-9; High toes and low heels make earth shoes 
'better than barefoot' D 27-11; 
APPOINTMENTS 

Scott names members (mental health bd) J 16-8; 2 reappointed to corrections 
commission F 26-5; Scott names battleship appointments M 1-6; 



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APPOINTMENTS (Cont.) 

Scott names seven to NC boards M 14-20; Ports Authority members named M 15-8; 
Scott appoints 7 to health study M 18-10; Secretary named to burial post (Stephen- 
son) Ap 1-16; Sowers,, Cooper get jobs Je 30-1; Scott names 5 to posts Jl 22-7; 
Hickory man (Travis) appointed by Scott (NC Advisory Council on Vocational and 
Technical Education) Ag 19-19; Governor appoints, reappoints Ag 26-7; 

Gov. Scott announces appointments S 13-56; Two named to building code 
council S 14-35; Scott names 2 (NC Medical Care Commission) S 15-9-B; Scott 
makes appointments 5-7; 5 reappointed (Historic Bath Commission) 7-19; Arts 
posts filled 18-7; Scott names three (Board of Science and Technology) N 1-29; 

Council (on Historic Preservation) members appointed N 4-23; Scott names two 
to panel (Morehead Memorial Commission) N 5-1,26; Scott appoints health council 
(Governor's Council on Occupational Health) N 16-15; Governor names 6 (Advisory 
Council on Comprehensive Health Planning) N 16-50; 

Scott fills vacancies on two boards N 18-10; Scott appoints two (Hatch 
and Horton) N 25-7; Scott reveals appointments D 30-6; 
APPOINTMENTS 
see also 
key words in names of state agencies 
ARCHEOLOGY 

There may be buried treasure in them thar shores Jl 9-IV,3; Indian arti- 
facts found Jl 23-1,5; Tracing the earliest Tar Heels Ag 13-IV,1; ECU to dig 
for Indian village Ag 23-5* ; Digging angers Indians (Cherokee) 1-1,5; 
ARCHITECTS 

AIA installs Tar Heel (Ferebee) as president D 13-7; 
ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

Archives' head (Gatton) elected 18-7; A lot of incentive and a little 
luck took Joye Jordan to her swivel chair 19-30; State gets early records 
(trustee minutes of Raleigh Academy) N 17-8; 
ARSON 

Youth's (Headen) trial set M 8-5; Judge admits evidence in firebombing 
trial M 9-5; Youth sentenced in firebomb ings M 10-27; Arson ruled cause of 
Port City blaze M 14-5; Firebombing trial opens for 3 youths Ap 25-5; Father 
of 4 (Sanders) held on arson charges My 11-27; 

Children left after house blaze (Sanders) My 20-5; Firebug sought after 
Hoke Co. spree Je 1-5; Firemen probe home burning (Wilson) Je 25-5; Ft. Bragg 
sergeant arrested Jl 30-1,5; School fire probed (Columbia) Ag 1-5" ; Arson 
suspected in fires Ag 5-5-; School fire (Sanford) Ag 7-5; 

Store fire said caused by arson (Murray's Discount Clothing) 31-5; Youth 
sentenced for fire (Charlotte) D 13-35; 
ARSON 

see also 
FIRES 
ART 

What's happened to the arts? M 12-V,1; Davidson print show has high 
quality art Ap 2-V,15; Queen's portrait unveiling set Ap 2-V,15; State now 
owns portrait of the Queen of England Ap 7-10; Bearden's collages show the 
black man's world My 7-V,6; Pittman, Hobson, NC artist dies My 7-22; 



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ART (Coat.) 

Louisville to honor German art scholar (Bier) My 14-4; Critic blasts 
North Carolina's new Queen Elizabeth portrait My 21-IV,3; Sanderson girl 
(Rudisill) gets art award My 22-5; One week each summer, Oriental is filled 
with art Jl 30-V,8; Gussow awarded N. Y. commission Ag 6-V,4; 

New watercolor group formed Ag 27-V,4; Slides take artists to the class- 
room S 3-V,4; Fine art group announces jury S 10-V,4; Taking a look at the new 
art season S 10-V,4; Step back 10 years for this show (Some American History); 
new paintings also at center (Ackland, Chapel Hill) S 24-V,4; 

Howell's works show changing styles 8-V,10; New gallery honors Tar Heel 
art 15-V,5; Ruth Ogle wins top prize in State Fair Art Show 15-V,5; Banks 
lead business in buying art; customers like shows at Chapel Hill NCNB 29-V,6; 
Modern art by Indians on display (St. Andrews, Laurinburg) D 3-V,6; 

Funds provided to send artists to NC schools D 5-5; Award winner (Fellows) 
veteran artist D 7-7; Is realism alone recognizable as regional art? D 10-V,8; 
NC art featured in Pasadena D 20-5; Expanding expressionist experiences (Ackland 
Art Show) D 24-V,6; 
ART 

see also 
AFRICAN ART CENTER; NC MUSEUM OF ART; NC ARTS COUNCIL 
ART, CULTURE AND HISTORY 

Ragan named head J 13-1; Ragan takes oath as new Arts head F 19-7; Sam 
Ragan tells plans of culture department N 9-31; 
ART MUSEUM 
see 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 
ARTS 

see 
CULTURE of specific fields 
ASHEBORO 

They beat the bulldozer to old farm house Jl 16-111,2; 
ASHEVILLE 

Asheville Inn memory laden Ag 24-5; Ward manager of Asheville S 1-5*; 
ASSAULT 

Jury acquits black on assault charge (Jones) J 14-9; Wilmington assault 
trial jury is hung M 11-18-; Two charged with assault (Bynum, Coley) M 14-5*; 
Toy cats linked with assault case M 16-5; City man gets life (McClain) M 18-9; 
Girlfriend arrested man in tire chains that bind M 21-5; 

Youth held in assault case at Chapel Hill M 23-61; Assault line available 
M 30-5; Warrants charge 5 in Onslow shootings Ap 24-5*; Girl, 16, testifies to 
nine assaults Ap 29-5; Assault charge brings 15 years (Satchell) My 13-5; Man 
(Honeycutt) innocent of assaulting 11-year-old My 18-5; 

Shooting brings probation (Robinson) My 25-5; 15 years given in assault 
case (Warren) Je 28-5*; Assaults fewer at UNC-CH S 28-5; (Peace) student tells 
police of assault S 28-5; Assault verdict given (Thacker) N 2-44; Raleigh woman 
raped, beaten D 13-35; Bond release (of Faison) upsets solicitor D 14-5; Victim' 
father blames judge (Randsell, Faison case) D 20-34; 
ASSAULT 

see also 
RAPE; UNC-CH 



10 

ASSOC OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

County commissioners meeting on government M 2-21; Akins eyeing position 
in NC association Ag 10-10; Cities, counties plan joint office 30-5; 
ATHLETICS 

Just follow the bouncing ball (L & M) Open, Pinehurst) Ag 28-5; Special 
section on football S 3; He's (Coit) a ' paper Tar Heel' S 3-V,l; Archers 
make quest for silent accuracy S 4-5; With these guys, it's no holds barred 
S 10-V,1; Baseball had early popularity in NC (ed.) S 13-6; 

Youth (from Catawba Co.) dies from heat exhaustion S 18-25; Bottle is 
out (UNC - NCSU game) S 23-5; An unlikely firebrand (Holtz) leads the Wolf- 
pack 1-IV,3; Goldsboro keeps night grid games 13-37; State placed on 
year's probation in basketball; violations cited against Wolfpack 26-37; 

Durham gets Martin Luther King G.^mes N 3-25; Wake Forest fires head 
coach Tom Harper N 7-15; The mud and rain didn't stop 'em (Pee Wee football) 
N 26-1,5; Youth soccer leagues show growing interest D 4-5; Newest Hall of 
Famers (Allen, Baker, Hill, Hemric) trod divergent paths D 7-41; 
ATHLETICS 

see also 
RECREATION 
ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

ACC ' s nursing unit accredited Je 27-5' v ; ACC offers four-year nurse study 
S 13-2; 
ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Opponent slaps Morgan on duties M 3-6; Smith outlines platform 24-7; 
ATTORNEY GENERAL 
see 
CONSUMER PROTECTION; MORGAN, ROBERT 
AUTHORS 
see 
WRITERS AND WRITING 
AUTOMOBILES 

NC tags tell a colorful tale J 4-5; Tags to change number scheme F 2-1; 
Tar Heel drivers had banner years F 13-11,3; Even if it costs a hair-do women 
take to car washing S 7-21; Democracy as it auto be 13-5; Your carburetor 
works like an egg beater! 26-22; Check on exhaust urged (state medical 
examiner) D 22-5; 
AUTOMOBILES 
see also 
CONSUMER PROTECTION* MOTOR VEHICLES 
AWARDS 

Soil society gives awards at meeting J 9-5; Hackney named engineer of the 
year J 14-23; NC press top awards announced J 21-5; Manteo man (Bell) receives 
conservation award F 27-5; Farm group picks family of the year M 10-27; Mother 
of the year (Moore) M 15-36; Citizens honor 2 Tar Heels (Davis, Jonas) M 16-12; 

Vocational group given awards M 24-17; Print awards announced M 25-17; 
Leading social worker (Blue) named Ap 1-5*; Vehicles unit receives award Ap 2-6; 
Educators list 11 receiving media awards Ap 7-5*; Pilot turns out for Dr. Stallings 
Ap 10-5; Druggists' awards handed out Ap 17-5; 



11 

AWARDS (Cont . ) 

Durham High teacher (James Rogers) wins national honor Ap 19-5; Miss 
McCullers captures state secretary title Ap 22-5; UNC coed (Fuller) named top 
cheerleader Ap 24-5; Black Tar Heel teacher honored at White House Ap 25-20; 
Safety awards presented to bus drivers Ap 28-9; Banking award presented Ap 28-35; 

Clevelanders (Peeler) family of the year My 13-5; Hickory woman (Moore) 
mother of the year My 13-15; Rest home owners (Bullock, Green) honored My 16-5; 
(Insurance) Woman of year named My 26-29; Louisburg presented with Governor's 
award Je 28-5; Local lawyer (Smith) is honored posthumously Jl 19-6; 

'Knighthood' gets mayors Jl 19-9; Newsman (Reese) honored at Bragg Jl 21-27; 
Winners named at 4 i H meet Jl 26-44; Erwin receives (Governor's) award Jl 27-5; 
(Josephus) Daniels honored on medal Jl 30-V,8; Belhaven to receive NC honor 
(Governor's Award) Ag 31-5; Chamber (of Commerce) wins award S 11-34; 

Citizenship awards (Raleigh Community Relations Committee) S 13-7; Hamlet 
to get award for development S 18-25; Dr. Kreps honored S 21-5; Troxler 
(Electronic Laboratories) gets Nixon award S 23-7-A; 5 get NC highest award 
6-5; Award given to (NCSU) professor (Cooper) 17-34; 

Award presented (Baity by NC public Health Assoc.) 19-8; Technologists' 
society cites contributions 22-1,15; Zebulon named outstanding town 27-18; 
Umstead aide (Cooper) selected (NC Mental Health Assoc, award) N 13-5; 13 Tar 
Heels win top 4-H awards D 1-41; 

Employee (Bass) honored by city (Raleigh Employee of the Year) D 5-26; 
George Randall award planned D 21-9; Youths honored (Carnegie Hero Awards) 
D 28-5; 
AWARDS 

see also 
CULTURE WEEK 
AZALEA FESTIVAL 

TV comedian parade marshal at Azalea fete M 30-5*; Queen Ann opens reign 
at 25th Azalea Festival Ap 14-5; 
BALD HEAD ISLAND 

Pier decision delayed for review J 16-4; Bowles, no taxes to buy Bald Head 
F 3-8; Island developers facing suits for dredging F 16-1; Dredging charges 
denied F 17-1; Bald Head to get violation check F 18-5; Trial begins as more 
details filter in F 29-5; Dredging charges dropped M 1-1; 

Bald Head activity is questionable (ed.) M 2-4; Appeal decision weighed 
M 2-5; New governor may have task of deciding fate of Bald Head M 5-6; Develop- 
ment underway on Bald Head M 19-17; Bald Head issue invites policy (ed.) M 23-4; 
Deeds listed at Bald Head Je 24-16; Island project praised Jl 19-6; 

Use asked on fringe beaches Ag 17-5; The boom on Bald Head Ag 20-IV,l; 
Bald Head styles S 5-5; Island pier permit denied N 16-1; Corps action seems 
harassment (ed.) N 18-4; Bald Head developers seek student employees N 21-5; 
Corps says pier deadline Jan 1 D 5-5; Bald Head buildup continues D 17-1,5; 
BANKS AND BANKING 

Courier service hearings slated J 19-17; Banks granted new branches Jl 20-9; 
2 Tar Heel banks to merge July 28 Jl 21-23; Merger of banks (Wachovia, Bank of 
Granite) is agreed Jl 22-7; International unit sought by Wachovia Jl 24-5; State ■* 
banks show rise in resources Jl 30-1,9; US files decree on Wachovia Ag 3-5; 

SC bank to acquire Speir, Inc. Ag 3-35; Two NCNB acquisitions approved Ag 3-35; 



12 

BANKS AND BANKING (Cont.) 

Many still fight bank's departure (4th District Federal Home Loan) 
Ag 13-IV,9; Merger of North Carolina banks goes on and on Ag 27-IV,8; 
NCNB program tests low-interest loans S 3-IV,8; Holding company formed 
(Provident Financial Sorp. , Carolina Bank) S 6-25; 

NCNB selling service (computer processing) S 6-WA-l; (Federal) Home 
Loan Bank moving to Atlanta S 21-19; Bank leasing rule adopted S 21-45; 
Robberies close bank (Charlotte) S 30-19; Bank of NC has 20th anniversary 
8-IV,8; No rush to stockholder program is seen for NC Mutual S&Ls 8-IV,8; 

Banks lead business in buying art; customers like shows at Chapel Hill 
NCNB 29-V,6; State bank, 2 holding companies authorized N 30-39; NC 
banks face suit on proposed merger D 3-1,18; Northwestern planning new bank 
in Durham D 6-5; Merger plans dropped (Wachovia, Bank of Granite) D 16-6: 

Wachovia to train 500-700 'personal bankers' D 17-IV,9; State Bank 
of Raleigh to open D 18-5; Small banking is still big business in NC D 20-11; 
Court clears (Wachovia) bank opening (New Bern) D 22-7; NC banks may collect 
complaints for Congress (dome) D 27-1; 
BANKS AND BANKING 
see also 
AGED AND AGE; INTEREST RATES,' ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 
BAPTISTS 

Report rise in baptisms J 1-26; Area involvement urged (General Baptist 
State Convention) Ag 17-5; Baptist group ends meeting Ag 19-30; City man 
(Coates) picked for church post 20-7; Baptist convention set N 12-1,5; 
Immersion question on Baptists' agenda N 13-5; Baptism resolution offered 
N 14-5; Convention fight slackens on baptismal immersion N 15-5; 

Baptists compromise on immersion issue N 16-8; Baptists hit new records 
in 1972 D 21-9; 
BARBERS AND BARBERING 

Camp Lejeune barbers claim they're clipped Ag 4-5* ; Barbers' salary 
shave is denied Ag 5-5; 
BAZAARS 
see 
MARKETS 
BEACHES 

Bags used to fight NC beach erosion F 13-8; No one wants to move the 
whale M 25-1; He really digs coins at beach M 31-44; Resource board mulls 
beachfront protection Je 16-5; NCSU helps unspoiled beaches Je 18-V,12; 
Dare beach property prices go up, up, up S 3-IV,9; 

Beach strip eroded (Carolina Beach) N 28-12; America coast rapidly 
losing its way of life D 3-11,13; 
BEACHES 

see also 
ENVIRONMENT 
BEAUFORT 

Beaufort's steamboat gothic Je 11-111,1; 
BEAUTY CONTESTS 

Raleigh girl (Lane) wins pageant (Miss NC-World) Ag 21-5; 
BEAUTY CONTESTS 
see also 
MISS NORTH CAROLINA 



13 

BENSON 

City manager form loses Jl 24-24; 
BENSON 

see also 
MULE DAY 
BERTIE CO 

Bertie County ready for 250th anniversary S 1 3 - 7 * ; 
BICYCLES AND BICYCLING 

Understand, sit, balance, pedal and then go! Jl 28-18; Bicycle sales 
skyrocketing Ag 11-25; Bike race scheduled in Orange S 17-1,5; Bikes zoom, 
NCSU cringes 16-36; Traffic safety methods urged for 2~wheelers N 20-5; 
BILTMORE ESTATE 

Planning the Biltmore Estate was his greatest challenge (Olmstead) 1-V,8; 
BIOGRAPHY 

Akins, Waverly, new breed of county official Je 11-IV,3; 

Allen, Maxine, newest Hall of Famers trod divergent paths D 7-41; 

Allen, Paul, male secretaries cite bosses' hang-ups as major difficulty 
S 27-16; 

Almasi, Mr. & Mrs. Steve, their garden has old country flavor Ag 1-14; 

Applegate, T. S. and Jesse, they'll sail with the winds 6-5*; 

Aretakis, Gus, byways of the news D 9-34; 

Arthur, Annis, big spirit in small package J 2-IV,3; 

Attia, Nabil S., culinary Olympics attract Chef Attia S 24-111,13; 

Attia, Nabil S., man of all seasons captures three medals 27-21; 

Aycock, Perry, AP photographer dies J 6-19; 

Baerman, Walter P., designer Baermann dies here N 7-24; 

Bailey, Brigadier General Mildred, Kinston grocer's daughter My 24-13; 

Baker, Don, new inland fisheries chief wants to start fishing more M 16-59; 

Baker, John, Jr 3 , newest Hall of Famers trod divergent paths D 7-41; 

Baker, John, Jr., thrives in 'the real world' D 8-31; 

Baker, John, Sr., Big John. Baker: State's all-time best guard Ag 20-II-1; 

Baker, Lenox, takes oath as Human Resources head J 4-9; 

Bangdiwala, Vidula, do Indians grow curry on trees? Jl 13-111,1; 

Banks, Tom, retiring B^nks 'chose the furrow' N 27-34; 

Barrett, Gerald A., heads NAA group Ap 8-5; 

Bass, Mrs. Cora Prentice, Sampson County publisher dies 19-13; 

Batchelor, Hardy E., 'G. I.'s" soldier leaves army S 17-1,5*; 

Bavier, Frances (Aunt Bea), 'coming home' Jl 16-1,5; 

Bavier, Frances, Miss Bavier answers Aunt Bea ' s doorbell Ag 31-1; 

Beck, Charlie, the view from a private eye D 31-IV,1; 

Belk, Henry, Goldsboro editor dies at 74 21-1; 

Bell, Quentin, forester also conservationist of year Ap 16-IV,3; 

Best, Andrew, honored as Doctor of the Year Je 9-5; 

Bier, Dr. Justus, Louisville to honor German art scholar My 14-4; 

Blackard, Noel, N&O production director winds up 52-year career D 31-1,7; 

Blackburn, Dr. Robert M. , new bishop stresses local unit involvement Jl 19-3i 

Blackburn, William, writing teacher, dies D 10-1,20; 

Blount, C. S. Is he or isn't he?--only a child knows for sure (Santa Claus) 
D 24-IV,3: 



14 

BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Blount, Judson, Pitt merchant dies at 83 Je 6-18; 

Bobbitt, G. E., Veteran's Day plus 53 24-1; 

Bradshaw, Tom, from Halifax Court Housing Project to mayor's chair Jl 23-IV 

Brewer, Captain William, Wasp's demise saddens captain Jl 8-5; 

Brewington, R. F., he cuts hair, spins yarns 20-44; 

Briggs, James, Briggs (Hardware): a durable citadel S 24-IV,l; 

Brinkhous, Bill, proving death: his day's work 22-1,5; 

Brock, Walter, ex-Raleigh GM (general manager) dies in Tampa 31-15; 

Brooke, Lee, reformer of prisons, dies Jl 13-44; 

Brooks - Randolph Angie, UN delegate recalls Raleigh N 30-21; 

Brown, Edwin P., rites set for NC industrialist Ap 16-20; 

Brown, Fannie, 'Fannie Brown 'Week' 5-62; 

Brown, Fannie, ' doing for folks' most her life 15-IV,3; 

Bunn, Mrs. Eugene A., Yuletide sadness eased for widow D 25-64; 

Burgess, Mary, opera singer to perform D 7-29; 

Bush, Chilton R. , journalism professor dies at 76 Ag 24-54; 

Butsova, Madame Hilda, prima ballerina gives civic ballet exhaustion to 

'remember her by' 31-12; 
Byun, Yang Chang, one karate chop, well done D 3-V,l; 
Cain, T. R. , hand-made candy; a sweet rarity D 26-5; 
Cannon, Edward Lee, Bar officer is dead Jl 19-16; 
Carnesale, Dr. Albert, UNSU University Studies post Ap 21-23; 
Carper, William "Bill", in 22 years, he and Raleigh have grown up 

together D 31-IV,3; 
Carter, Herbert 0., ends job for ASCS in NC 21-19; 
Carter, W. J. Nick, textile chairman dies at 69 Jl 15-8; 
Cherry, George B., Jr., the un-making of a candidate Jl 16-IV,1; 
Cheshire, Col., Godfrey, former insurance expert dies Jl 10-21; 
Childs, Jack, no one loves a former fat man 1-IV,7; 
Christopher, Huw, junior not from Britain D 7-5; 
Church, Sen. John, Democratic state chief J 7-1; 

Clayton, Mrs. Eva, spirited, soft-spoken social reformer Ap 9-IV,3; 
Coates, Albert, democracy as it auto be 13-5; 

Combs, Ruth, Tar Heel designer Combs listens to children 22-111,8; 
Cooke, Sam, from hard world of politics to 'beloved community' F 13-IV,3; 
Cottrell, Connie, beats motorboats with her pink 'eggbeater' Ag 11-16; 
Covington, Mrs. R. Lee, is honorary ball chairman Jl 16-111,3; 
Covington, R. Lee, Raleigh bank officer dies N 30-18; 
Crane, Frank, bird watcher crane plans casual loafing D 31-IV,9; 
Craven, Charles, Jr., the byways of the liver S 14-5; 
Craven, J. Braxton, they're not legal problems, but people's problems 

F 20-IV,3; 
Crouch, Dr. Robert P., Baptist leader's son dies Jl 19-6; 
Cruz, Nicky, young evangelist now walks 'on Jesus' turf N 13-5; 
Culpeper, Rep. William T., is dead at 56 S 20-30; 

Daniel, Bill, this little shop has a photo-nautical mix Ag 27-IV,9; 
Daniels, Archie, better at table than rostrum N 1-5; 
Daniels, Frank Jr., N&O publisher heads SNPA N 14-19; 



15 

BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Daniels, Melvin R. , Sr. , finally has his bridge S 1-5; 

Danziger, Edward G. founder of candy firm dies My 11-27; 

Debnam, Miss Betty, former Raleigh teacher stretched her reach from 

dozens to millions Ag 8-12; 
Denning, James Walter, civil defense director dies Jl 30-1,14; 
Dennis, Johnny Ray, it's the empty bottles that fill his pockets 14-5; 
Dobbins, Dr. James, Chapel Hill professor dies My 14-18; 
Dodson, Carter, head geologist 'reads' Tarheelia's rocks M 19-14; 
Dolan, Dr. Robert J., education specialist dies at 44 M 22-24; 
Edmiston, Bob and Sara, togetherness on campus Ap 16-111,1; 
Edsall, Dr. Preston, service set My 19-29; 

Edwards, Mrs. Alice Cheek, services scheduled for Mrs. Edwards Jl 18-6; 
Edwards, Charles, floating gospel services are a lay preacher's d:ream 

D 18-5* ; 
Elam, Jack, takes on urban woes J 23-IV,3 
Eller, Raymond, idea blooms to 32,000 mums Ag 26-5; 
Ellis, Mrs. Barbara Hall, her job: get the facts on flavor S 13-7; 
Emmons, Mrs. Phoebe Harlan, NCAE ' s Phoebe Emmons: she pitches in herself 

22-IV,3; 
Enloe, William, Enloe's condition serious N 3-46; 
Enloe, William G., former mayor Bill Enloe dies N 23-1; 
Enloe, William, success and a sense of humor (ed.) N 25-4; 
Erwin, Dr. Clyde, Wayne flagpole sitter getting an education S 20-5; 
Evans, Elias, dead at 103, far from home S 16-18; 

Fargo, Donna, country singer Donna Fargo ' s the 'Happiest Girl' Ag 20-V,13; 
Farrior, Louise H. , preaches and teaches about the Bible F 25-12; 
Fellows, Alice, award winner veteran artist D 7-7; 
Fletcher, Mrs. Paul, NC Homemakers name new president 26-24; 
Fontana, Ma j . Gen., flying general decides to call it a career My 21-IV,3; 
Freeman, Priscilla, her car fit like a girdle and it won her 5th place S 2-9; 
Garber, Paul, retired (Methodist ) bishop Paul Garber dies D 21-48; 
Gates, Dr. Rosalie Prince, scholar shares ideas about life in India 9-16; 
Gavin, Edwin L. , former senator dies at age 83 My 6-23; 
Gold, John, Twin City manager succumbs 31-22; 
Graham, Frank P. Dies at age 85 F 17-1; 
Green, Charlotte Hilton Green, forty years of 'out-of doors in Carolina' 

D 3-V,6; 
Green, Charlotte Hilton, forty years of 'out of doors' part II, D 10-V,11; 
Green, Paul, America could fall like Rome My 14-V,1; 
Green, Paul, dramatist cited for prison work (NC Civil Liberties Union 

Frank P. Graham Award) N 4-5; 
Gregory, Thorne , new chief will shake up BB&T Je 18-IV,3; 
Griggs, Walton S., former legislator killed in wreck M 14-20; 
Guillory, Ferrell, North Carolina columnist 1-IV,2; 
Guthrie, William C, state industry developer dies Jl 16-1,12; 
Haas, Ben, has had a few novel ideas in his time J 16- IV, 3; 
Hadley, Martha, music enlightens a dark life D 11-5; 



16 

BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Haider, Mrs. Judy, her business is special clothes for special people 

18-15; 
Hall, Claude T., NC agriculturist dies 3-22; 
Hamilton, William B., historian dies at 64 Jl 21-27; 
Hanes, James Gordon, Hanes Corp. founder dies Jl 23-1,5; 
Hanes, James Gordon, executive's funeral scheduled Jl 24-24; 
Harker, Mrs. Jim, will old lady of the sea ever retire? Ag 10-43; 
Harmon, Jack, Raleigh's new postmaster is a mail chauvinist D 10-IV,3; 
Harrell, Robert, life of freedom ends for Fort Fisher Hermit Je 6-18; 
Harris, Bertha, writes of woman's search for identity Ap 5-15; 
Hawley, Arthur, UNC prof stresses new-look teaching M 26-IV,3; 
Haywood, T. W. (Tom) anyone can get kicks for free 27-5; 
Heidelberg, F. H. , agricultural leader dies S 25-25; 
Hemric, Dickie, newest Hall of Famers trod divergent paths D 7-41; 
Herer, William Kitt, 'dead GI' causes stir in hometown S 9-30; 
Hermans, Penelope, nurse garb, flying togs suit her alike Ag 8-5; 
Herndon, Leon W. , principal appointed for Enloe D 16-5; 
Hibbard, Millard, youth's death awaited 5-5-; 
Hicks, Donald C, Raleigh man is promoted D 31-IV,8; 

Hicks, Dr. R. G. , Rocky Mount vet keeps smiles bright on animals D 31-1,5; 
Hill, Ben and Sharon, there's art in them hills S 27-5; 
Hill, Preston, believes in talking things out M 12-IV,3; 
Ho, Mao Khi (David), young Chinese chef is dough and quick stir artist 

Jl 16-111,8; 
Holder, Mrs. Marilyn, counselor seeks help from stars N 16-31; 
Holland, Dwight, his neighbors to be animals Ag 9-14; 

Holmes, Mrs. Mae D., breaking down the stereotype at training schools S 17-T 
Holshouser, Mrs. Jim, will schedule 'friendly visit' with Mrs. Scott N 9-29; 
HoltE, Lou, an unlikely firebrand leads the Wolfpack 1-IV,3; 
Hon, Will, providing good environment for learning Je 4-IV,3; 
Hoover, Paul, his life insures that he keeps himself very busy 29-IV,3; 
Howar, Barbara, former deb swats Raleigh society in story of one woman's 

evolution 12-23; 
Howard, Charles W. , Jr., Greenville man heads leaf group Je 28-5*; 
Howard, Capt. Joe, when he goes to work, the sky's the limit J 2-IV,3; 
Howze, Rev. Joseph L. , black cleric looks ahead N 20-29; 
Hubbard, Millard, Tar Heels open hearts to family 12-40; 
Hudson, Mrs. Juanita, it's relaxing to keep busy (President, NC Extension 

Homemaker's Assoc.) 22-111,1; 
Hunt, Herman "Hardtimes", NC grass looks greener for Hard times' campaigns 

N 19-1,5; 
Hunt, Jim, he's been working up to this for a long, long time D 17-IV,3; 
Hunter, 'Catfish', receives warm welcome in Hertford 25-19; 
Jackson, Minnie, jonquils andjoy her merchandise M 28-18; 
Jenkins, Dr. J. Mitchell, horticulture scientist is retiring D 25-56; 
Johnson, James T. helping to pump new life into rural NC Jl 30-IV,3; 
Johnson, Dr. Trois E., family planning expert dies Jl 22-17; 
Johnston, Mrs. Mary Lee Sears, services conducted Jl 13-44; 



17 

BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Johnston, Judge Walter, Jr., dies of cancer Ag 7-20; 

Jones, Garland, happy to be back D 11-36; 

Jones, Seby, as it developed, working became his only hobby Jl 9-IV,3; 

Jordan, Joye , a lot of incentive and a little luck took Joye Jordan to 
her swivel chair 19-30; 

Kelty, Father Matthew, in the world, but not of it D 24--IV,l; 

Kelvin, Warren, his ambition is tailoring S 1-17; 

Kenney, Steve, he's really concerned about the state of real estate 
D 3-IV,3; 

Keshishiam, Jack, Jack's romance with cheese began with yogurt in 
Lebanon S 17-111,11; 

Keyes, Rev. Charles, his mission brings happiness to the hills D 10-1,5; 

Kingman, Brig Gen Allen F., remembers his days with Patton My 29-5; 

Koontz , Elizabeth Duncan, top-ranking woman quits Labor post D 14-6; 

Kreps, Dr. Juanita, so now the market will be her stock in trade, too 
S 3-IV,3; 

Krochman, Connie, mixes her own natural cosmetics from ' scentillating ' 
basement laboratory Ag 9-21; 

Kuhler, Renaldo, curator is illustrator of reptiles F 26-28; 

Lane, Joel, Joel Lane's bones to be buried again N 24-44; 

Lang, Gen. John, state's first 'Secretary of Defense' Ap 30-IV,7; 

Lang, John A., Scott names Army affairs secretary M 9-17; 

Lassiter, Irene, honored nurse recalls progress My 26-5; 

Lecce, Eileen, how to get up on the right side of the bed Jl 27-1 (II): 

Lee, Mollie, built Richard B. Harrison Library Je 2-17; 

Lee, Mollie Huston, library founder retires Je 18-V,11; 

Little, Dr. B er nadette, women must find balance J 30-111,11; 

Lockamy, Glenwood (Showboat), an early favorite of baseball Ag 13-V,10; 

Lockwood, Charles, party ideas can be found anywhere, Jl 12-13; 

Lumpkin, Willie Lee, legislator, dies M 6-21; 

McClain, Amy, there's more to cheerleading than just a lot of yelling 

Ag 26-9; ' 
MacCormack, John, building model ships isn't all D 8-5; 
McDuffie, Roger A., noted Greensboro pharmacist dies M 14-20; 

Mcllwain, William, alcoholism: one man's road back Ag 27-IV,l; 
McLaughlin, Martha, direct, dedicated, determined F 6-IV,3; 
McLaurin, David, teen preacher delivers message 7-9; 
McLaurin, David, young man pleads for others' souls N 12-1,5; 
McMorris, Mrs. Penny, knack plus quality equals profit (makes dolls and 

baby quilts) 19-29; 
McPheeters, Susan, death takes 'Miss Susan' D 8-12; 
McPherson, Holt, editor will head NC medical unit D 28-6; 
Madison, Dolly, Dolly claimed by Personians N 17-5; 
Madison, Dolley, good golley, Miss Dolley! D 5-5; 
Marcus, Adrianne, en route to some poetic justice Adrianne Marcus comes 

home again 27-21; 
Massenburg, James Speed, handicapped job leader dies here 8-1,20; 
Mauney, David, jazz painist joins (NC State) university faculty S 24-V,2; 



18 

BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Melvin, Mrs. Juanita, petticoat pilot flies to relax Je 22-17; 

Middlebrook, David, challenging clay to shed limitations Ag 20-V,4; 

Midler, Bette, destines to be superstar? F 19-6; 

Miller, John and Helen, Miller family performs here tonight D 29-15; 

Miller, Susan, phone keeps Tar Heel editor hopping Ag 2-16; 

Mitchell, Charles S., dies in New York J 6-18; 

Moore, Jesse, byways of the news (janitor at NC State Library) Ag 26-30; 

Moreton, Ann, Mrs. Moreton chases spiders to study and to photograph 
15-111,2; 

Moreton, Anne, "Spider Lady" comes to Meredith College 8-V,6; 

Morgan, Rev. S. L. , 100-year-old minister dies Ag 7-5; 

Morris, Alfred, armless man's world lived in own terms N 26-IV,3; 

Morrison, Dr. Mabel, honored for 43 years of service Ap 20-5; 

Morrison, Rudy Lee, Raleigh's new hero: a modest patrolman N 29-1; 

Murphy, Mike, AIP (American Insurance Party) insurance (commissioner) 
hopeful vows fearless stand 23-6; 

Murray, Dr. Edward A., of NCSU is dead Je 2-34; 

Myers, Charles F., Jr., a man who likes his work My 7-IV,3; 

Nadeau, Ed, he commutes 560 miles S 18-36; 

Newell, Lester, will soon be leaving his Wrightsville 'hot dog stand' 
Ag 20-IV,9; 

Newton, Henry, ex-Wake solicitor Newton, 32, dead D 14-16; 

Nicholson, Ralph, Ex-publisher of CHARLOTTE OBSERVER dies Jl 12-6; 

Noble, Alice, retired librarian dead at 82 D 15-39; 

Norris, Minnie Ransom, dies at 82 My 11-27; 

Ober, B. Scot, male secretaries cite bosses' hang-ups as major diffi- 
culty S 27-16; 

Oglesby, Ray, pro teaches tobacco tune Ap 23-5; 

O'Neal, Seaton B., veteran (Central Prison) guard resigning D 30-5; 

Orr, Lewis, realtor mixes love, livelihood M 7-5*; 

Overton, J. T. (Red), it behoofs him to celebrate S 13-7; 

Page, William Howard F 27 -IV, 3; 

Paige, James M. , black gets penal post My 16-28; 

Paige, James M. , oath is given juvenile head Je 2-13; 

Paige, James M. , state's new juvenile chief: 'real key is to listen' 
Jl 16-IV,3; 

Patterson, Col. Cecil L. , Durham officer tapped 30-5; 

Patterson, Pat, enter world of Dr. Pat... My 28-IV,3; 

'Peace Pilgrim', wanderer is spreading 'peace, joy and love' D 1-52; 

Pearce, Daisy (Mrs. Walter), she's mansion's hostess with mostest Ag 13-IV,3; 

Pediatitakis, Dr. Nicholis, meet Dr. Nick Jl 2-IV,3; 

Pelletier, Dorothy, taxidermist knows her stuff 2-5; 

Peters, Elbert, likes things to be on the safe side My 14-IV,3; 

Petty, Richard, making the Petty picture My 28-V,l; 

Pettyjohn, Arlis, Pettyjohn: no rush, costs low 29-1,6; 

Pickard, Faye Dark, hospital's nursing head is named D 4-27; 

Pierce, Alice 0., director to retire at family services Jl 13-5; 

Pittman, Hobson, NC artist dies My 7-22; 



19 

BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Pizzimenti, Bruce, he sews a fine seam Jl 18-10; 

Pollock, Mrs. Frances, service set D 6-10; 

Pope, Mrs. Jackie, variety is the spice of life for tobacco farmer's 

busy wife S 19-12; 
Poyner, Graham, radio will always be 'today' for pioneer Graham Poyner 

N 5-IV,3; 
Proctor, Dr. Ivan, former president of hospital dies N 24-32; 
Quigless, Dr. Milton D., 7 dollars and a long battle Jl 31-5; 
Ragan, Sam, meet NC ' s 'Minister of culture' J 30-IV,3; 
Raleigh, Sir Walter, remembering Sir Walter Ag 20-V,l; 
Rancer, Sid, Tar Heel cast in film Jl 14-12; 

Randall, George, Gov. Scott names to head social agency M 8-1; 
Randall, George W. , prisons official Randall dies D 5-1; 
Randall, George W. , pioneered for state prisons (ed.) D 6-4; 
Randall, George W. , governor eulogizes Randall as 'leader' D 6-10; 
Reardon, Curtis, Buies Creek carver Ap 9-5; 
Reed, Bessie, recalls perils of teaching Je 6-10; 
Reese, Pat, runs before the plague M 5-IV,3; 
Reid, Jim, ex -mayor dies Je 20-1; 

Rice, Bill, belated medical career finally nearing reality 23-5; 
Rich, C. F., he's got a heart for steeple jacking Ap 10-5; 

Ritchie, Capt. Steve, Reidsville fighter pilot aims for 5th MIG kill Jl 10-5; 
Ritchie, Steve, Reidsville greets ace with hero's welcome S 30-5*; 
Ritchie, Capt. Steve, Vietnam Air Force hero feted 17-5* ; 
Rogers, James, wins national honor (Teacher of the Year) Ap 19-5; 
Rose, Junius, Greenville school board honors Ap 26-5*; 
Royster, Fred, dies at age 63 Je 4-19; 
Royster, Mrs. Louise Page, dies at 99 D 31-1, 14; 

Royster, Vermont G. , went from Euripides to editorializing M 19-IV,3; 
Rubish, Mike, football's barefoot boy My 1-5; 
Russell, Mrs. Richard, her hobby (jewelry -making) became a family 

pursuit D 7-33; 
Saloun, Joseph, diamond dealer cherishes Raleigh My 14-IV,10; 
Schlagether, Mrs. Barbara, the classical calendar (vocalist) Ag 6-V,7; 
Schwartz, Benjamin, Wilmington's 'accidental mayor' Ap 2-IV,3; 
Schwimmer, Mrs. Marguerite, necessity taught her to become good cook Ag 24-F1 
Scott, Jessie Rae, first lady has a day all her own 10-6; 
Scott, John, appointed planning director Je 6-1; 
Scott, Mrs. Robert W. , it's like 'living over the store' says NC ' s First 

Lady S 24-111,1; 
Scott, Samuel, Uncle of Governor dies My 16-6; 
Scott, Mrs. W. Kerr, Governor's mother dies at Duke Ap 24-5; 

Shaver, Leroy. missionary retires to life as town's chief of police Jl 30-IV, 
Shaw, Henry, NC products founder retires S 30-19; 
Sherrill, Dr. 0. L. , Baptists honor Raleigh minister N 18-6; 
Sillery, Mrs. A. J., she runs a whimsical zoo N 6-21; 
Skaale, Arthur J., CP&L energy control unit to honor Skaale 1-1,6; 
Smith, Betty, Chapel Hill novelist dies J 18-1; 



20 

BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Smith, C. H. , the man for squash S 16-5; 

Smith, Michael, handicapped painter honored S 26-12; 

Snavely, Dick, do you believe in magic? D 10-V,1; 

Sneed, Joseph T., Sneed hard to pin down on everything but Nixon D 14-5; 

Sneed, Joseph T. , Duke man appointed to federal post (deputy attorney 

general) D 14-13; 
Snell, John L. , memorial set for professor My 30-15; 
Sokol, John, his task 'protect the children' Je 11-7; 
Sonn, Mrs. Fred, she made a business out of little buttons 17-13; 
Spivey, Mrs. Sarah, teacher of the year doesn't preach to kids N 3-46; 
Spivey, Mrs. Sarah, best teacher's kids say, 'She's just like one of us' 

N 19-IV,3; 
Stamey, Nancy, famed director takes her curtain call 29-V,2; 
Stephenson, Gilbert T. , Wachovia trust man is dead Je 10-17; 
Stone, Dr. Marvin Lee, hospital founder dies at 74 My 24-25; 
Stowe, Hazel and Roland, crafts make a life Jl 5-5; 
Tart, Carlie, Stable houses arts, artist 15-111,1; 
Tate, Anna, gourmets are made not born S 14 -Fl; 
Taylor, Billy, almost too busy to be jazzy S 24-V,6; 
Taylor, Ferebee, Taylored for the job J 9-IV,3; 
Taylor, Pat, has homespun airs and an attentive ear F 3-27; 
Tench, Ben, principal actually makes it 'sort of' fun to go to school 

8- IV, 3; 
Thacker, Johnny Mack, 'it really hurts' thinking about the years! D 18-7; 
Thiele, Ronald, dean of health services J 2-5; 
Thigpen, Mrs. Anne, she '11 happily return bracelet 4-36; 
Thigpen, Mrs. Anne, planes sealed couple's fate D 11-1; 
Thorpe, Mrs. Kate, restaurateurs quit for lunch (Chimney Rock) 25-5; 
Truitt, Dr. Robert, NCSU researcher succumbs Ap 6-56; 

Urie, Robert M., 'You never accept, but you never give up' Je 25-IV,3; 
Viverette, Stanton, melon king steps aside Ag 9-5; 
Vogler, James, dies at age 77 D 16-20; 
Walker, Rev. John Mack,Moderator of Synod Je 7-5*' : ; 
Wallace, Lawrence, former legislator is dead Jl 5-6; 
Ward, Hiram, nominated for district judge My 19-5; 
Watson, Doc, his music is f inger-pickin ' good M 26-IV,3; 
Weatherspoon, Herbert, dies at coast Ag 9-1; 
Weatherspoon, Herbert, enriched others (ed.) Ag 11-4; 
Weaver, Fred, former UNC VP dies in India J 10-6; 
Weems, Dr. John, new president at Meredith J 1-5; 

Weems, Dr. John, the 'Weems era' now in full swing at Meredith S 24-IV,3; 
Wellington, Peggy, it ' s a family affair on the job (woman carpenter) Ag 26-5 
Wells, W. B., reminiscences of a Botany teacher M 19-V,7; 
Wells, Winifred, appointed judge J 26-5; 

Westbrook, Mrs. Helen, family unit is a personal necessity Jl 28-18; 
Whitney, Mrs. Eleanor Searle, a metamorphosis--socialite to evangelist 16- 
Whybury, William Marvin, ex-math professor of UNC dies at 71 My 6-23; 
Wicker, Rassie Everton, Moore historian dies in Pinehurst 18-12-B; 



21 

BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Wiggins, Katrine, one of a kind My 28- IV, 3; 

Williams, "Carbine", byways of the news Jl 17-30; 

Williams, Felix B., educator, dies Jl 18-6; 

Williams, Tricia, blind teenager is cheerleader, musician M 4-9; 

Willoughby, George S., up until now, he's mastered 'fine art of 
survival' N 12-IV,3; 

Wilson, Mrs. Flora Prevatt, judge's widow dies in Raleigh 21-18; 

Wood, Ira David, New star appears in Raleigh theater sky My 28-V,2; 

Wood, Mrs. Virgie, flowers for travelers Ag 18-5; 

Woodell, Wilbert, at roadside mart,-- 'this is the life' Jl 23-1,5; 

Woods, Mrs. Caroline, 106, dies after 2-week illness S 28-46; 

Wooten, Marvin, a 'middle-of-the-road' utilities chairman Ag 6-IV,3; 

Wright, Thomas H. , Episcopal bishop to retire F 12-5; 

Wynn, Earl, with him, there's no lack of communication Ap 23-IV,3; 

Zobel, Dr. Bruce J., honored for tree research My 23-5; 

Zobel, Dr. Bruce J., his branch of scholarship is well rooted in 
forestry Ag 20-IV,3; 

Zorowski, Dr. Carl, to head department at NC State Je 27-8; 
BIOCHEMISTRY 

Psychologist talks about control plan (human hostility) M 15-5; 
BIRDS 

Is the end in sight for the American eagle? J 30-IV,3; State bird 
organization notes 35th anniversary My 14-V,10; Bird-blackened skies excite 
West Smithfield Ag 3-5; Bird back from junket Ag 10-1; Two jail birds find 
love at first flight Ag 12-5*; Wounded eagle dies here Ag 29-1; 

Collision eyed in eagle death Ag 30-36; Survey of waning bald eagles is 
set S 14-9; Carolina Crossroads (Scotland Neck) D 14-5; Bye, bye, birds 
(Scotland Neck) D 29-5; 
BIRTH CONTROL 

Family planning catching on M 19-111,1; Adam-Eve shop may close with 
loss of lease likely M 29-5; Their task: whom to sterilize (Eugenics Board) 
Ap 21-48; 'Adam and Eve' have to leave their building, not the garden My 21-5; 
Contraceptive shop will close Saturday Jl 26-5; 
BIRTH CONTROL 
see also 
ABORTION; BIRTH RATE 
BIRTH RATE 

Birth rate in state up in 1971 J 9-15; Birth rate drops in NC Je 13-5; 
Social change seen as factor in birth rate decline Jl 19-16; 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS 

Blacks air grievances (Zebulon) 31-32; Fuquay-Varina blacks protest 
N 2-5; Black students (at universities and colleges) show less 'outward 
militancy* D 31-1,5; 
BLACK STUDIES PROGRAMS 

Black studies: from 'Chitterlings 101' to legitimacy; 'status quo is 
hard to move' D 17 -IV, 7; 
BLIND 

Blind school accreditation to be studied M 18-7; Morehead school accredited 
Je 9-42; For blind couple, crafts make a life Jl 5-5; Blind find talking books 
on every subject Jl 12-13; Blind Commission gives 1972 award (Clark) Ag 12-28; 



22 

BLIND (Cont.) 

NC leads in help for blind Ag 13-1,8; Recreation plan for blind set 
(Durham) Ag 19-19; Book recordings to help blind S 3-1,10; You get up 
pretty early to outwork 'Sam the Man' S 10-IV,3; Sightless view fashion 
S 17-111,16; Commission for Blind puts on blindfolds N 12-1,21; Music 
enlightens a dark life (Hadley) D 11-5; Program for blind (Raleigh) sought 
D 21-58; 
BLUE LAWS 

Committee advises Raleigh city council... J 11-24; Council may repeal 
Sunday ban on beer J 12-32; Beer sale decision expected F 23-5; Ruling 
OK's Sunday beer sales F 25-34; Stores vow to battle blue law (Fayette- 
ville) M 8-5; Stores defer to blue laws after violation (Fayetteville) M 12-5; 

Cumberland's merchants mount blue law revolt M 19-5; Councilmen(Raleigh) 
lift ban on Sunday beer, wine sales M 21-1; 3 convicted in blue law case 
(Fayetteville) Ap 14-5; Sunday law declared invalid (Monroe) My 16-20; 
Sunday beer ban kept in Granville Je 6-18; 

Alamance ok ' s beer, wine sales Ag 8-5; Sunday beer sale requested in 
Cary Jl 15-5; Grocer backs off Sunday beer sales (Lillington) Jl 26-6; 
Edgecombe (approves Sunday beer sales) 3-5*; Zebulon revises blue law 
N 28-34; Blue law voided in Washington D 1-5"; Police begin enforcing 
Wilmington blue laws D 29-5"; 
BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL 

Blueberry fete boosts program My 18-5"; Citizens honor the blueberry 
My 21-5; 
BLUE RIDGE POWER PROJECT 

Bowles would fight project Ag 18-5; Bill opposes dam proposal S 13-57; 
BOARD OF ELECTIONS 
see 
ELECTIONS BOARD 
BOARD OF GOVERNORS 
see 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 
BOATS AND YACHTS 

Beats motorboats with her pink 'eggbeater' Ag 11-16; Second homes that 
float Ag 13-111,1; They'll (Applegates) sail with the winds 6-5*; Dream of 
concrete boat becomes a hard reality D 27-5; Boat license move is hit D 30-5; 
BOMB THREATS 

Bomb threats prove duds (Greensboro) Ag 3-5; Capitol gets bomb threat 
Ag 29-32; 
BOND ISSUES 

Most bond issues approved in 1971 J 6-43; School bond voted down 
(Cabarrus Co.) S 11-24; Cary voters approve bonds S 19-5; Surry County 
(school) bond is OK'd S 24-1,5; Carrboro gives ok to bonds (water-sewer) 
N 9-5; Durham bonds (schools, libraries) defeated; N 9-5; 

(School) bond vote willingness now noted D 22-12; 
BONDING AND BONDSMEN 
see 
COURTS 



23 

BOOK REVIEWS 

Ames, William E., A HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER Ap 16-IV,6; 

Bayes, Ronald H. , THE CASKETMAKER 22-IV,6; 

Betts, Doris, THE, RIVER TO PICKLE BEACH Ap 30-IV,6; 

Bivins, John, THE MORAVIAN POTTERS IN NORTH CAROLINA My 28-V,7; 

Coles, Robert, MIGRANTS, SHARECROPPERS, MOUNTAINEERS, F 27-IV,6; 

Coles, Robert, THE SOUTH GOES NORTH F 27-IV,6; 

Corey, Faris Jane, EXPLORING THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CAROLINA N 5-V,7; 

Daniels, Jonathan, THE RANDOLPHS OF VIRGINIA 8- IV, 6; 

Duberman, Martin, BLACK MOUNTAIN: AN EXPLORATION IN COMMUNITY N 19-IV,6; 

Ehle, John, THE CHEESES AND WINES OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE D 3-IV,7; 

Ferguson, Suzanne, POETRY OF RANDALL JARRELL J 9-IV,6; 

Foushee, Ola M. , ART IN NC, EPISODES AND DEVELOPMENTS 1585-1970 D 17-V,6; 

Gilbert, John F. and Grady Jefferys, CROSSTIES OVER SALUDA J 30-IV,7; 

Haas, Ben, THE CHANDLER HERITAGE J 16-IV,6; 

Harris, Bertha, CONFESSIONS OF CHERUBINO M 12-IV,6; 

Holman, C. Hugh, THE ROOTS OF SOUTHER WRITING N 26 -IV, 6; 

Jarrell, Mary, JEROME J 9-IV,6; 

Katz, Arnie and Steve Hoffius, CAROLOGUE : ACCESS TO NORTH CAROLINA 
D 10-IV,3; 

Kinzey, Ardis, ed., AND ALL I HAVE FOR TENDERNESS IS WORDS 29-IV,6; 

Long, Dorothy, ed., MEDICINE IN NC D 17-IV,7; D 31-IV,6; 

McCulloh, Sarah, THE PETTIGREW PAPERS M 12 -IV, 6; 

Owen, Guy, THE FLIM-FLAM MAN AND THE APPRENTICE GRIFTER D 10-IV,6; 

Price, Reynolds, THINGS THEMSELVES Je 4-IV,6; 

Russell, Phillips, THESE OLD STONE WALLS N 5-IV,6; 

Salter, Ben B., PORTSMOUTH ISLAND D 20-5; 

Tindall, George Brown, THE DISRUPTION OF THE SOLID SOUTH M 26-IV,6; 

Tucker, Helen, NO NEED OF GLORY S 10- IV, 6; 

Tyler, Anne, THE CLOCK WINDER, Ap 30-IV,6; 
BOYCOTTS 
see 
DEMONSTRATIONS 
BREAST-FEEDING 
see 
NURSING (LACTATION) 
BRIBERY 

'Hornet Tribe' charges bribe try F 19-5*; Officer indicted in bribe 
case M 14-5 ; 
BRICK AND TILE 

Business booming in bricks Ap 14-5; Plant makes 500,000 daily in red 
hot brick business Ap 19-5*; NC brick output growing N 19-IV,9; 
BRIDGES 

Oak Island is adapting F 23-5; New Oak Island bridge still two seasons 
away M 29-5*; Public hearing on Oak Island bridge May 24 Ap 29-5; Span at 
Oak Island claimed satisfactory My 3-5*; Transplanted Yankee fights to save 
bridges Jl 13-12; Yachtsmen, state debate bridge schedule S 8-5; Coastal 
bridge bids submitted N 22-22; 



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BROWN BAGGING 

Routine brown bagging checks supposedly made twice yearly M 2-13*; 
Bottle is out (UNC-NCSU game) S 23-5; 
BROWN BAGGING 
see also 
ABC, ALCOHOL, LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 
BRUNSWICK TOWN 

Old Brunswick beautiful, dead D 27-5; 
BUDGET 

Nixon offers budget (NC projects) J 25-1; Surplus or deficit possible 
M 7-1; New budget (Wake Co.) holds line on taxes Je 10-1; New Hanover 
(adopts budget) Jl 18-5; Panel members tour facilities Jl 21-8; Chapel Hill 
adopts new budget Jl 25-5; Holshouser speaks out on budget S 20-7; 

State budget hearings at end S 29-6; Budget unit may accept UNC spending 
priorities (dome) 3-1; State bid system uncompetitive (ed.) 3-4; Budget 
cutting plan explained (Holshouser) 19-10; State budget requests high 19-11; 
'Unbalanced' state budget may be in the making (dome) N 15-1; 

Sanf ord : hope for federalism N 16-6; Budget recommendations get 
Holshouser 's backing N 30-1; Secrecy of state budget draws attack by Ramsey 
D 15-7; Budget secrecy hides the issue (ed.) D 18-4; 
BUILDING 

Chapel Hill construction takes dip S 9-5; Raleigh does much building 
(building permits, other NC cities) D 19-27; 
BUILDINGS AND HOMES 

A porch is a way of living S 3-111,1; Old Holly Hill is coming down 
My 6-34; Green secluded island hidden from city noise S 14-46; One house 
with two homes (Levy-Briggs House, Raleigh) D 3-111,1; 
BUILDINGS AND HOMES 
see also 
EXECUTIVE MANSION, HISTORIC SITES 
BURIAL ASSOC ; BURIAL ASSOC COMM 
see 
FUNERALS 
BUSES 
see 
SCHOOL BUSES, TRANSIT SYSTEMS 
BUSINESS 
see 
COMMERCE; ECONOMIC CONDITIONS; LABOR,' TRADE PRACTICES AND MONOPOLIES,' 
Business, industry, and trade names, geog. headings; 
BUTNER 

Butner facility mildly protested M 23-5; Butner debates locating 7th 
institution in town Ap 1-5; 
CAMPAIGNS 
see 
CANDIDATES; ELECTIONS; ELECTIONS, CONGRESSIONAL; ELECTIONS—FINANCES; 
ELECTIONS, GUBERNATORIAL; ELECTIONS, LOCAL; POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT; 
CAMPBELL COLLEGE 

Funds raised Jl 23-1,5; Campbell's objectives noted S 13-2; 



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CANDIDATES 

Bowles names 2 to campaign posts J 4-9; Campaign specialist to work 
for Taylor J 4-17; Gardner to reveal his political plans J 5-5; State 
treasurer Gill to seek fifth term J 5-5; State schools head (Phillips) 
files for reelection J 6-9; 

State auditor (Bridges) pays fee to seek office J 7-7; Senator Jordan 
files for race J 8-6; Lee announces 2nd district bid J 11-1; Jim Graham 
files for another term J 12-7; Edwin Lanier announces he won't seek re- 
election J 14-6; Candidates' tax views run gamut J 16-8; 

Creech to run for Nick's seat J 18-1; Creel plans to seek labor post 
J 20-30; GOP candidate (Millard) ties campaign to religion J 21-23; Business- 
man Barker announces for Senate J 22-7; Al Adams enters race for Senate 
J 25-24; GOP's Jim Gardner enters race for NC governor J 26-1; 

Cherry enters race for insurance post J 26-10; Ex-mayor (Grabared) 
in race for congress J 29-9; Rally kicks off Lee bid J 31-5; Field thickens 
for Senate race F 2-10; Ike Andrews files for US seat F 3-8; Skipper 
Bowles means to run flat out for gov. F 10-22; 

Morton withdraws from governor race F 18-1; Helms, housewife; to run 
for posts F 19-1; Morton misjudged circumstances (ed.) F 19-5; Brooks 
Hays announces race against Rep. Mizell F 19-7; Hobby makes it official, 
he'll run for governor F 21-1; 

Last-minute office seekers give Tar Heels a choice F 22-1; Writer 
(Roberts) drops gubernatorial bid F 25-6; Holshouser faces battles M 2-24; 
Bowles details how to find $300 million for state M 3-13; Revoking of 
plates "oversight' (Frazier) M 4-5; Image-makers making changes M 7-1; 

Gardner bends to political winds M 12-12; Mayor Howard Lee campaigning 
hard to unseat Rep. Fountain M 13-5; Hobby aims promises at employees of 
state M 15-6; 8 want new lieutenant governor job M 19-4; GOP lawyer (Nick 
Smith) tries for Morgan post M 26-6; Holshouser reveals worth as $148,690 
M 29-12; Insurance candidate (Secrest) said industry's man M 31-33; 

Hawkins racing with new vigor Ap 2-14; Leggett offers unusual credentials 
in quest of state's highest office Ap 6-7; Rep. Fountain is running hard Ap 9-12; 
Unspoken issue is key to Lee's challenge to Fountain My 2-5; 4th district 
candidates give views My 6-11; 

Senatorial candidates answer key questions Je 1- (insert after 10); 
Nick: I'll keep own campaign Jl 14-2; The un-making of a candidate (Cherry) 
Jl 16-IV,1; (Gubernatorial) candidates offered briefings Jl 26-5; 
CANDIDATES 
see also 
BIOGRAPHY ; CONGRESSMEN J ELECTIONS; LEGISLATORS; NEGROES? POLITICS AND 

GOVERNMENT 
CAPE HATTERAS NATIONAL SEASHORE 

Lookout Park is different S 15-5; 
CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE 

State to appeal price of Cape Lookout land N 3-5; 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

Execution stay granted J 29-9; Inmates on death row elated at court 
action Je 30-1; Capital punishment now dead (ed.) Je 30-4; Memory of execu- 
tion lingers Je 30-6B; Death penalty ruling poses Assembly issue Jl 1-3; 
Death penalty best left alone (ed.) Jl 5-4; Tar Heels speak out Jl 5-38; 

Brief upholds death penalty Jl 20-1; Judges affirm death ruling Ag 1-1; 
State death cases remanded S 1-8; Benoy: ruling could make death legal 
S 13-12; Nick urges death for some crimes 23-25; 



26 

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT (Cont.) 

Death penalty status vague N 17-1; Death ruling challenge set (Washington) 
N 17-5; Capital punishment on way back? (ed.) D 9-4; State court rubs out 
death penalty for NC D 14-1; Morgan: death penalty status still uncertain D 15-9: 
CAPITOL 

Estimate up on capitol restoration F 24-54; Dome's scalp to be lifted M 28-1 
Capitol work said lagging S 13-9; 
CAPITOL HERITAGE FESTIVAL 

Festival features dancers 17-5; 
CAROLINA POWER AND LIGHT 
see 
ELECTRIC POWER, PUBLIC UTILITIES 
CAROLINA TEL AND TEL 
see 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
CAROWLNDS 

Millionaire (Hall) is building a Carolina fun city D 24-1,5; States 
(NC, SC) to share Carowinds (sales) taxes D 24-1,5; 
CARRBORO 

Manager faces ouster, S 17-1,5; 
CARTERET CO 

Carteret officials in squabble 3-5*; 
GARY 

Many are applying for town manager M 1-5; Cary appoints acting manager 
M 4-5; Cary population still soaring My 19-5; $2.7 million bond vote slated 
for Cary in Sept. Jl 8-5; Bond victory forecast Ag 24-9; Cary mayor predicts 
bond issue will pass S 7-5; 

Cary bond supporters plan public session S 13-7; Cary voters approve 
bonds S 19-5; Cary sets progressive pace (ed.) S 20-4; Cary official predicts 
continued growth S 21-5; Roses and fertilizer send band to Rose Bowl N 18-13; 
Cary appearance body aiding burgeoning city N 30-5; 

Project pace quickens on Cary improvements D 20-5; Teamwork marks Cary 
High's band D 25-5; Cary Senior High Band heads west for parade D 28-5; 
CARY 

see also 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING 
CENSORSHIP 

Collegians think pornography bad J 20-22; State high court orders adult 
magazines returned J 29-28; Manager to appeal obscenity ruling (Charlotte) 
F 5-7; Pornography seen as not harmful F 5-17; Harnett aims rule at carnivals 
M 7-5*; Wilmington pastors ask adult book ban M 28-5*; Obscenity case won 
by store Ap 22-5*; Pornography cases 'sleeping tiger' (ed.) Jl 1-4; 

Store halts paper's sales S 19-5; Grocery lifts ban on paper S 24-1,5; 
Employee (of adult bookstore) gets prison term (Wilmington) N 23-5; Obscenity 
law validity is upheld (NC Court of Appeals) N 28-8; Obscenity charged to 2 
managers (Goldsboro adult bookstore) D 13-5; 
CENSORSHIP 
see also 
NEWSPAPERS; TOPLESS ATTIRE 



27 

CERAMICS AND POTTERY 

Going to pot? Build your own kiln F 6-V,l; Old pottery had to move and 
owner, 80, is peeved Je 3-5; Challenging clay to shed limitations (Middlebrook) 
Ag 20-V,4; Tech school (Montgomery) saves old craft S 3-V,4; 
CHAPEL HILL 

Church objects to location of market stalls F 26-5; Controversial zoning 
dropped M 7-5; Chapel Hill to hold its 3rd hunger walk M 19-16; Vendors' 
site altered in plan M 21-5; Flower ladies in alley, miss place in sun M 24-5; 
Study offers design for 3-part downtown M 28-5; 

Ordinances win in court Ap 12-5; Work of firemen would be reduced Ap 12-5; 
Success with paper glass recycling follows Ap 21-5; Chapel Hill cases go to 
higher court My 3-5; Anti-noise rule passed Je 27-5; Tax breaks proposed to 
keep working people in Chapel Hill Je 28-5; 

Shantytown is said unlikely Jl 14-5; Cabinet proposed for town Jl 15-14; 
Providing open space debated in Chapel Hill Jl 19-5; 3 firms suspended in 
telephone probe Jl 20-1; Offers for land rejected Jl 26-5; Petition offered 
by 'King Nyle ' S 12-5; Chapel Hill's great sneeze (Kuka-Racha-Koo fair) 
N 5-IV,3; Chapel Hill remembered: OLD STONE WALLS N 5-IV,6; Anti-noise rule 
adopted N 7-5; Janus House thrives D 10-1,5; 
CHAPEL HILL 
see also 
BUDGET; CONSTRUCTION; PUBLIC UTILITIES; UNC-CH 
CHARITY 
see 
FOUNDATIONS; UNITED FUND 
CHAVIS, BEN 

Chavis distributed arms, youth says J 20-37; Chavis would like to 
'liberate' Africa F 22-3*; Probable cause ruled in Chavis accessory case 
F 26-5; Chavis bond now $15,000 M 1-5; Chavis out on bond M 2-5; Chavis, 
10 others bound over Ap 1-1; Chavis release predicted Ap 2-5; 

Chavis moved to Wake jail Ap 14-5; Churchmen open drive for Chavis Ap 17-5; 
Chavis' trial opens today (federal court) Ap 18-5*; Charges dismissed against 
witnesses Ap 19-5; Trial jury picked Ap 20-5; Witness accuses 2 activists 
Ap 21-1; Witness cites bomb threat Ap 22-30; Witness admits lie Ap 25-5; 

Chavis defense calls no witnesses Ap 26-38; Defendent (Glenn) denies 
shooting Ap 27-5; Chavis acquitted, Grant convicted Ap 27-62; Chavis trial 
called smoke screen Ap 28-46; Wilmington Chavis case delayed My 3-5; Defendant's 
attorney brings murder charge My 20-5; Chavis bail drive held by churches My 24-5; 

Shooting suspect gives up My 30-26; Chavis trial site is moved Je 2-5; Bond 
old story to Chavis Je 5-5; Chavis pleads innocent Je 6-5; Freedom rally staged 
for Chavis in Burgaw Je 11-5; Solicitor's illness causes mistrial in Chavis case 
Je 13-5; Judge ponders lower bonds for Chavis and 10 others Je 14-5; 

Chavis, Angela meeting slated Je 17-5; Chavis bond reduction only fair 
(ed.) Je 19-4; Chavis, Central Prison protest scheduled Jl 1-5; Chavis' 2nd 
trial slated for Sept 5 Jl 19-5; Chavis demands black prisons commissioner S 10-1,5 
NC to try again in Chavis trial S 10-1,5; 2nd Chavis trial opens S 12-5; 

State seats jury in Chavis trial S 13-7; Jury bogs down S 14-5*; Selection 
of jury drags on S 15-5; 8th juror selected at Chavis trial S 19-5; Jurors 
picked S 20-5; Chavis juror is selected S 21-5; 12th juror selected S 22-11; 



28 

CHAVIS, BEN (Cont.) 

Chavis trial slows down S 23-5; Chavis trial jury selection complete S 26-5; 
Chavis jury told of riot methods S 28-5; Chavis' attorney contests accusations 
in testimony S 29-5; Chavis attorney focuses on conflicting statements S 30-5; 
Chavis' daughter sees father tried 1-1,5; 

Witness lunges at Chavis attorney 3-5; Witness describes arson 4-5; 
State's witnesses back anti-Chavis testimony 5-5; Court hears of bloodshed 
6-5; Chavis prosecutors' arms evidence ok'd 7-5; Notes from the Chavis 
trial 8-IV,3; State ends case against Chavis 10-23; 

Defense rests in Chavis case 11-28; Chavis defense attorneys: state's 
case is fabricated 13-5; Witness says Chavis gave order to burn 12-40; 
Chavis attorney hits prosecution witnesses 14-5; Black activist compared to 
Hitler 17-5*; Chavis case in summation 17-12; 

Chavis, others found guilty 18-1; Chavis given 29 years 19-1; Dangers 
in wake of Chavis trial (ed.) 20-4; Chavis trial said legal lynching 20-5; 
Editorial on Chavis brings complaint 27-4; Picketers object to N&O editorial 
27-50; Panel seeking black amnesty D 1-9; Chavis released on bond D 11-5; 
Prisons declared inhumane D 22-12; 
CHAVIS, BEN 
see also 
DEMONSTRATIONS; MURDER TRIALS 
CHERRY HOSPITAL 
see 
HOSPITALS 
CHICOD CREEK 
see 
ENVIRONMENT 
CHILD ABUSE 

Parents (Mason) charged in starvation death of child J 10-15; 2 men 
sentenced in child beatings J 26-20; Man sentenced to prison in beat, burn 
child case M 10-27* ; Scott talks on child abuse Ap 18-6; Figures describe a 
Tar Heel tragedy (ed.) Ap 19-4; State urged to define stand on child abuse 
Ap 19-38; Child abuse is charged (O'Berry) Jl 25-5; 
CHILD CARE CENTERS 
see 
DAY CARE CENTERS 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH 

'Family living skills' taught to kids of working parents F 13-5*; Grant 
would allow study of child rights questions Ap 3-5; Testimony sought (Charlotte) 
Ap 6-50; Tree House offers home for teens Je 15-27; Problem children topic of 
booklet Jl 20-8; Begging youngster in jail Jl 24-5; 

A whole package of rights and obligations came with 18-year-old ' s right to 
vote Jl 29-9; Do they wish Mother would stay home? Ag 6-111,2; Demand is ahead 
of supply for child care Ag 6-111,3; Man (Tompkins) appointed to council (Gover- 
nor's Advocacy Commission) Ag 8-7; 

YWCA 'Old Timers' say obedience No. 1 lesson of year for 1st graders Ag 10-29; 
Holshouser: defeat age bill (preventing 18-20 year-olds holding office) Ag 11-6; 
Small baby abandoned at a church (Charlotte) Ag 14-5; Scott names 4 to council on 
children Ag 15-8; 



:.'9 



CHILDREN AND YOUTH (Cont.) 

Woman (Kelly) charged in desertion (of children) Ag 17-10; Youth agency- 
gets three aides Ag 17-11; Williamston teens share taste of international life 
S 9-11; Law varies on teens' medical rights S 23-9; Most candidates backing 
age for office-holding S 24-I s 5; Court rules on Guilford juvenile case (undis- 
ciplined children) 12-15; 

Funding for board advocated (Hunt) 15-1,18; Runaways seek freedom 
21-9; Scott appoints advisors (Governor's Committee on Youth Development 
26-26; Teen refrain, "There's nothing to do" N 11-12; Some kids have two 
Moms! (child care) N 15-19; 

Nicky Cruz group plans Raleigh center for girls D 22-40; Teenagers' 
resolutions for parents list less smoking, better menus D 30-7; 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH 
see also 
AGED AND AGE; DRUGS; JUVENILE CORRECTION; VOTER REGISTRATION 
CHIROPRACTORS 

Scientific truth behind chiropractic (ed.) Ag 11-4; 
CHOWAN COLLEGE 

Graduate helps build Chowan the hard way Jl 8-5; Chowan College 125 years 
old S 13-3; 
CHRISTMAS 

Pine Level's all aglow N 30-5; Holidays of 19th century were based on 
simplicity D 6-13; Sick, lonely and forgotten remembered at Christmas D 17-111,1; 
Santa meets 'Clausologistri ' D 17-IV,3; Helping hands extend happiness of holidays 
D 19-1; Santa Claus: legend or big lie? D 19-17; 

Agencies bring Christmas to Raleigh's needy D 20-44; Castoffs, old toys a 
bonanza for poor D 21-5; Some are having rich Christmas D 22-40; Memories of 
Christmases past D 24-111,1; Is he or isn't he? only a child knows for sure 
(Santa Claus - C. S. Blount) D 24-IV,3; Friends recall favorite gifts D 25-5; 
CHRI3TAMS 

see also 
AGED AND AGE; OLD CHRISTMAS 
CHURCHES 

Churches eye unification J 21-32 
D 4-23; 
CHURCHES 

see also 
TAXES 
CIGARETTES 
see 
TOBACCO 
CITIES AND TOWNS 
see 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING; LOCAL GOVERNMENT; URBAN AREAS 
CITIZENS COUNCILS OF AMERICA 

Teacher raps 'social mixing' Jl 17-5; 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING 

Southern unit (SRC) picks Esser F 8-7; Metropolis '80 now a 'reality' 
Ap 30-14; County planner will help account for urban growth My 1-5; Fast- 
growing Cary plans for next 30 to 40 years Je 3-5; New planners hope to 
strike balance: two candidates widely backed Je 7-34; 



Clayton Church builds remembrance cairn 



30 

CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING (Cont . ) 

Ignorance of zoned areas causes woes in building Jl 12-32; Extension of 
boundaries proposed in Hillsborough Jl 14-5; Regional meetings set Jl 14-27; 
New members may alter planning board direction Jl 17-30; Apartment foes win 
1st battle Jl 18-28; City extension hopes object of county talk Jl 20-5; 

Residents win zoning fight (Wake Co.) Jl 20-52; Regional planning pushed 
by Scott Jl 25-8; Bradshaw to head Triangle J group Jl 26-5; Not stumbling 
along into future, Scott says Jl 27-5; Burlington (Industries) plans town 
buildup (Cramerton) Jl 27-7; Regional center in triangle eyed Jl 28-5; 

Raleigh-Wake zoning argument criticized Jl 28-40; Planners mull zoning' 
hearing Jl 29-28; Wake board mulls city accord Ag 4-40; City persists in zone 
drive Ag 5-28; Who really benefits from industrial growth? (Raleigh) Ag 6-IV,3; 
Wake to mull city's zoning Ag 16-36; 

2-mile city rule (zoning) advised Ag 17-62; Council 'no' asked in Brewer 
plan Ag 18-44; Triangle planners ready for expansion Ag 21-5; Annexation 
policy approved (Wilmington) S 12-5; Henderson establishes redevelopment 
agency S 13-57; Northeast city plan protested to board S 14-5; 

Jim Hunt tells plan on cities S 19-32; Officials talk on area growth 
S 20-5; Zoning request highlights problems in city planning S 20-40; Expand 
board, planner says (Wake Co.) S 21-58; Bigger boards for better planning 
(ed.) S 25-4; Additional planners suggested (Wake Co.) S 25-5; 

City defers on US 1 zone request S 26-32; Cary board to study 15 zone 
requests S 28-5; Designing a city's tomorrow (NC State School of Design) 
1-IV,1; County to examine subdivision draft 3-32; Wake attempting to 
limit sprawl 9-38; Subdivision law said needed 14-8; 

Incorporation limits, orderly growth linked (amendment) 22-1,6; Limit 
sought on new towns 24-34; Planning project a community asset (ed.) 27-4; 
(Wake Co.) planning unit will total 10 N 7-34; Planning boards have room to 
grow (ed.) N 12-IV,4; Residents protest plans for high density zoning N 16-5; 

"Goals' (for Raleigh) group meets N 16-WA-l; Developers anxious about 
flood, zoning ordinances N 16-62; Petition came as surprise (Raleigh zoning) 
N 20-5; Council defers N. Raleigh 76-acre rezoning request N 21-5; Developers 
still go their merry way (ed.) N 27-4; 

Credit building plan opposed (Chapel Hill) N 28-5; Cary appearance body 
aiding burgeoning city N 30-5; Flood plan worrying builders N 30-52; Land use 
ordinance panel makes progress (Raleigh-Wake Co,) D 1-5; Planners fear popula- 
tion nightmare in Piedmont D 3-1,5; People problems in the crescent (ed.) D 5-4; 

Subdivision rules are debated D 5-36; Weak step toward orderly growth 
(proposed Wake Co. subdivision ordinance, ed.) D 8-4; Wake Board considers 
regulation on subdivisions D 10-1,6; Action on North Raleigh zoning requests 
delayed D 12-40; Apartments near Lake (Johnson) opposed D 13-5; 

Hardee's protests building opposition D 13-46; City Hall's judgment not 
infallible (Lake Johnson development, ed.) D 16-4; Bradshaw to ask apartment 
halt (Lake Johnson) D 16-32; Assembly's plan: smooth county laws (make 
counties planning agencies rather than cities) D 17-1,11; 

Head planner (McLaurin) to quit post (Raleigh) D 19-8; (Wake Co.) planning 
board seat to be filled (Spaulding) D 19-8; Panel to consider sewer line, zoning 
D 27-34; Apartment project near (Lake Johnson) Reservoir ok'd D 28-50; Land use 
unit begins drafting uniform code D 29-36; 



31 

CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING (Cont . ) 
see also 
ENVIRONMENT 
CIVIC CLUBS 

Age limit lowered by NC Jaycees Ag 1-25; Dedication set for Elk shrine 
(Winton) S 26-22; 
CIVIL DEFENSE 

Defense seminar held Jl 28-12; Upgrading asked on civil defense (Scott) 
D 8-9; 
CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION 

Dramatist (Green) cited for prison work (Graham Award) N 4-5; Indians 
win legal backing N 20-29; 
CIVIL RIGHTS 

Chavis would like to 'Liberate' Africa F 22-3* ; Rights goals seen as 
less clear now M 15-8; Civil Rights Commission discusses advisory role Ap 
11-5; NC 'Rights' picture called bleak Ap 14-9; 
CLINTON 

City manager (Caldwell) quits Clinton Ag 2-29; 
COAST GUARD 

1971 totals released F 2-5*; Coast Guard transfer report said premature 
(Elizabeth City) M 24-5'-; Heroic Midgett family feted by Coast Guard Je 3-5; 
Coast Guard rescues 3 Je 20-1; Guard's relay rescue saves adrift anglers 
Je 21-5; A new look for the Coast Guard Je 25-IV,l; 

Midgetts honored Jl 3-5; Cmdr. Harrell in command at Ft. Macon S 1-5*; 
Woman (Hermans') gets duty aboard helicopters S 2-5*; Eliz. City dedicates 
terminal S 9-20; 
COASTAL CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

Jacksonville lets application drop (federal surplus property) D 12-5; 
COASTAL PLAINS DEVELOPMENT ASSOC 
see 
COASTAL PLAINS REGIONAL COMM 
COASTAL PLAINS REGIONAL COMM 

Coast development funding pressed M 15-5; Money provided for more water 
M 21-5*; Governors ask Agnew ' s aid in Steele squabble (dome) S 10-1,1; 
Officials' results said little (Scott) 4-26; Honors announced D 1-5; 
Holshouser gets commission post D 5-8; 
COASTLINE 
see 
ENVIRONMENT 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
see 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
COMMERCE 

Aldridge selected to head unit J 11-6; Aldridge named agency head J 13-1; 
Scott eyes Japan for NC trade Ap 9-18; NC playing big role with AID My 9-19; 
Tobacco sales to China possible My 9-19; Scott seeks trade trip (Japan) My 13-5: 



32 

COMMERCE (Cont.) 

NC trade unit plans mission My 18-10; Taylor set for Japan mission 
Jl 29-7; Scott to head trip to Japan 4-WA-l; Scott joining trade mission 
in Japan 16-5; Invest in NC, Japanese urged 18-7; Scott: Japanese 
talks fruitful 19-11; Tobacco imports rising N 1-1; 
COMMITTEE ON RACIAL JUSTICE 

Racial Justice session set S 7-7; 
COMMUNES 

For Suburbans , commune living means more than a life style D 23-14; 
COMMUNIST PARTY 

Board of elections denies FBI request Je 29-11; Communists file in 
Wake Je 30-7; Communist name drive flounders Jl 1-5; Communists plan 
protest Jl 4-9; Board rejects Communist bid Ag 4-6; 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

Student centers, libraries lacking F 4-24; Director cites record of 
community colleges F 5-5*; Vets will find friend in community colleges 
F 27-IV,9; Community colleges seek boost M 24-27; Community colleges' 
fund supply short Ap 27-21; New community colleges supported My 12-10; 

Coordinate community colleges (ed.) My 15-4; College aid to expand pro- 
grams for industry Je 30-9; Cost effect of courses studies Jl 30-1,8; Job 
training in NC noted Ag 23-9; Institutes, colleges acquire new look S 13-3; 
Fund received for training S 16-18; NC schools enrollment up 12-39; 
State bureaucracy expands itself (ed.) D 23-4; 
CONDEMNATIONS 
see 
EVICTIONS 
CONFLICT OF INTEREST 

Morgan explains Hart firing F 23-23; Dr. Hawkins asks Taylor and 
Hobby to quit posts F 25-5; Stone from commissioner's quarry purchased by 
state highway unit F 29-1; Governor to ask Morgan to study Whitmire case 
M 1-1; Investigate Whitmire 's transactions (ed.) M 1-4; 

Whitmire, no request by Scott to resign M 2-1; Solicitor defends job 
in campaign M 2-68; Whitmire mum about allegations M 3-13; 2 roadbuilders 
buy fill dirt from commissioner's brother M 16-1; Tripp case raises ethics 
question (ed . ) M 17-4; Candidate (Holshouser) again asks for probe M 17-6; 

Sale of fill dirt gets investigation M 18-1; Danielson should resign 
school post (ed.) M 29-4; Investigation complete on highway commissioner 
Ap 8-7; Federal funds 'not jeopardized' Ap 14-9; Report of Whitmire probe 
is submitted My 5-5; Report of Whitmire probe is submitted My 6-23; 

Scott stays mum on Whitmire probe My 12-7; Whitmire, Tripp quit roads 
body Je 4-1; Highway chieftain is target of FHA charges Je 4-14; Tripp 
fired by Scott in road probe Je 5-1; Highway case handling reprehensible 
(ed.) Je 5-4; Roads panel not sure if funds jeopardized Je 6-8; Morgan, 
FHA official wrong in fund holdup Je 6-18; 

Roads commission unruffled Je 7-8; Whitmire indictment not sought 
Jl 20-1; Text of Buchanan statement (on Whitmire) Jl 20-7; Scott mum on 
Whitmire Jl 21-1; Suspicious end to Whitmire case (ed.) Jl 21-4; Probe 
report still secret (Whitmire) Jl 22-1; 

Scott covering up Whitmire case (ed.) Jl 22-4; Morgan backs report 
secrecy (Whitmire) Jl 29-1; 



33 

CONFLICT OF INTEREST (Cont . ) 

Morgan wrong along with Scott (Whitmire, ed.) Ag 1-4; Bowles: make 
public quarry report outline Ag 2-6; Reports release urged (Whitmire) 
Ag 6-1,1; Road firms entertained road agency (ed.) S 10-IV,4; SBI probes 
$50,000 loan to ABC head (Cohoon) N 14-1; Cohoon in conflict of interest 
(ed.) N 15-4; 
CONFLICT OF INTEREST 
see also 
ETHICS CODE; PUBLIC OFFICIALS,' STATE EMPLOYEES 
CONGRESSMEN 

Tar Heel voting F 27-7; How they voted M 5-13; NC votes on antibusing 
M 9-3; Voting record M 12-12; Tar Heel votes in Senate, House Ap 2-18; Key 
voting by state's lawmakers Ap 9-15; N. C. Vote Ap 12-1; Vote records of 
Nick, Jordan suffering Ap 20-11; NC votes My 24-3; 

Women (Women's Political Caucus) rate congressmen Ag 29-5; How NC 
voted 1-Ij 6; Nader study has kind words for 2 Tar Heels; Ervin, Fountain 
cited for watchdog efforts (dome) 4-1; How NC voted 8-1,6; NC vote 
12-6; How NC voted 15-1,3; Nader congress study has 'political' pro- 
files 22-1,4; (National Right to Work) committee lists support (from NC 
congressmen) 29-1,4; NC banks may collect complaints for Congress (dome) D 27-1 
CONSERVATION 
see 
ENVIRONMENT 
CONSPIRACY 

Judge sets $50,000 bond for black activist Grant My 3-38; 
CONSTITUTION 

Holshouser: defeat age bill (preventing 18-20 year old's holding office) 
Ag 11-6; Bowles ok ' s bid on cities (constitutional amendments) Ag 19-19; Age, 
conduct of judges are issues (amendments, ed.) S 15-4; Vote to decide 5 amend- 
ments 18-12-B; Voters must decide amendments (ed.) 19-4; 

18-vote amendment routine 19-14; Environmental amendment on Nov. 7 
ballot 20-6; Incorporation limits, orderly growth linked (amendment) 22-1,6; 
Ervin opposes 2 amendments (on judges) 24-5; Judge (Bobbitt) attacks new 
proposals (amendments concerning judges) 28-30; 

Accountability (of judiciary) holds no threat (ed.) 30-4; Amendments 
endorsed (League of Women voters) N 1-8; Amendments near approval N 8-3; 
CONSTRUCTION 
see 
BUILDING 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 

Probe of disposal of buildings asked J 8-5; Former plowboy's success concerns 
states' officials (Koscot) J 16-15; Benoy undaunted by drug ruling J 25-6; NC 
drug case barrier removed F 17-5; State chieftains warned not to offer worker 
lists F 24-6; NC plumbing suit may be tried here F 25-8; 

Morgan's office vows to press drug suit M 11-5; Turner's gospel, get the 
check (Koscot) M 12-IV,9; Florida firms sued here on method M 16-30; NC 
election board seeks curb of vote registration list sales M 26-16; Public agencies 
help junk mailers (ed . ) M 28-4; Koscot loses judgment M 30-13; 



34 

CONSUMER PROTECTION (Cont . ) 

Koscot chief resigns post M 31-33; Triangle food prices don't always 
match ads Ap 19-5; Attorney General eyes food price mistakes Ap 21-5; NC 
division warns of hidden car costs My 6-5; Cosmetic king out on bond My 9-3; 
Complaint filed against firm (Acme Sewing Machine) Je 4-18; 

Consumer decision study ahead Je 13-8; Odometer checks possible Je 19-1; 
Used car deception can be halted (ed.) Je 20-4; Motor Vehicles plans mileage 
rollback probe Je 21-5; Mileage blank set for titles Jl 7-1; Firm (Custom 
Carpets) agrees not to engage in deceptions Jl 8-17; 

Action on firm is upheld Jl 13-45; Car mileage proof ordered Jl 25-1; 
Scott acts to curb used car cheats (ed.) Jl 26-4; Whiteville firm hit by 
USDA Ag 1-5*; Some used car wholesalers 'clip the clock' Ag 6-1,1; Used 
car wholesalers cut mileage (ed.) Ag 7-4; 

Fountain hits FDA ruling (diethylstilbestrol in livestock feed) Ag 7-5; 
Car wholesalers face probe Ag 10-7; Rep. Fountain sets hearings (diethyl- 
stilbestrol) Ag 14-5; Dealers urge odometer law Ag 18-8; Dealers' (NC 
Independent Automobile Dealers') support for reform welcome (ed.) Ag 22-4; 

Auto mileage promise made Ag 24-5; Post office warning set (chain 
letter scheme) Ag 25-5; FTC action said unwise on mileage clip Ag 30-6; 
Order restrains firm (Ambassador Studio) Ag 31-43; Carpet company faces 
hearing S 16-19; Halt set on meat switching S 20-5; 

State files 2nd meat suit S 22-11; Injunction obtained on firm (Custom 
Carpets) S 23-7-A; Arthritis unit: reverse ruling S 29-33; Firm (Green- 
ville Stock Yards) owners charged 1-1,5; (Arthritis) fund soliciting bid 
denied 11-9; Chain letter warning given N 3-13; 

Tight soliciting (for charitable agencies) law discussed N 7-5; A 
beef patty is not a burger, saj^s law N 11-1; (Late-payment) penalty figure 
raises legal question (ed.) N 29-4; NC ranks 5th in buyer protection N 29-10; 
Duke rate bias charge unresolved in hearing D 7-5; 

NC ' s suit against drug firms still pending D 13-7; Group formed to aid 
tenants D 13-10; Advance phone billing is fought in New Bern D 19-5; Unit 
(NC Consumers Council) to appeal late (utilities) charges D 20-8; (Phone 
company) billing policy unfair to customers (ed.) D 26-4; Computer gets able 
adversary (Consumer Protection Division, Justice Dept . ) D 28-5; 
CONSUMER PROTECTION 
see also 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING', MORGAN, ROBERT 
CORONERS 
see 
MEDICAL EXAMINERS 
CORRECTION DEPARTMENT 

Official says corrections is community problem J 13-33; Upgrading of 
guards' jobs sought F 13-6; 
CORRECTION DEPARTMENT 
see also 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 
COST OF LIVING 

Neighborhood groceries fight high food prices Je 11-5; 



35 

COTTON 

Funding halt asked for cotton agency; cotton firrn defends funds D 1-5; 
Cotton chief should defend salary (ed . ) D 2-4; Cotton research firm keeps 
wheels spinning D 2-5; Cotton grant will continue D 8-37; 
COUNCIL OF STATE 
see 
ELECTIONS, PUBLIC OFFICIALS 
COUNCIL ON STATE GOALS AND POLICY 
see 
STATE GOVERNMENT 
COUNTIES 

Assembly's plan: smooth county laws D 17-1,11; Small NC counties 
feeling money squeeze Ag 12-5; County merger proposal still ignored (ed.) 
Ag 16-4; 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
see 
ASSOC OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 
COUNTY GOVERNMENT 

County government studies M 10-5; County structure being reviewed M 10-5*; 
COURT OF APPEALS 

Man (Allen) wins case reversal S 22- 8; 'Landmark' Utilities (Commission) 
case (on motor carriers) before court S 27-8; Interim electric rate hikes up- 
held N 23-7; Obscenity law validity is upheld N 28-8; Court blocks hike in 
auto insurance (and other cases) D 21-1; 
COURTS 

How much is hair really worth? J 15-1; Hair length hangups bad for justice 
(ed.) J 18-4; Woman appointed judge J 26-5; Judge James restores court fair- 
ness (ed.) M 6-4; SBI checking report judge got beverages M 8-7; Judge, 
solicitor open verbal feud M 23-1; Official says judges complain of backlog 
M 24-1; Serious problem behind verbal feud (ed . ) M 24-4; 

Morgan advocates plea deals in court M 25-18; Extra court session set 
to reduce county backlog M 31-5; Braswell enters Wake court scrap Ap 2-15; 
Restrictions on attorney unexplained Ap 3-5; Backlog in court cut by 240 
cases Ap 22-5; Hearings set on court structure Ap 27-17; 

Court lags on crime cases My 2-10; Judge sharply critical of Onslow case 
backlog My 5-5*; Small claims courts not fully used My 11-17; UNC law dean 
don't elect judges My 14-1,5; Braswell suspends clerk (Person) My 19-1; Ward 
(Hiram) nominated for district judge My 19-5; 

Thompson not pressing (Person) case My 21-5; Capstone missing on NC's 
reformed court system My 21-IV,5; Judge blasts Morgan My 24-5; Clerk quits 
post after charges My 25-1; Law license urged for court leaders Je 3-17; 
Judges need training in the law (ed.) Je 6-4; 

Judge criticizes radio editorial Je 8-5; 'Beyond words' announcer says 
of Judge's criticism Je 10-5; Case backlog weighs heavy on Wake court Je 11-1; 
Commission is studying crowded court problem Je 11-8; Indigent counsel rule 
will affect NC courts Je 13-8; Radio criticism is static to judge Je 14-1; 

2nd courtroom ordered by judge (Vance Co.) Jl 1-5*; No prison in minor 
cases proposed Jl 6-1; Sensible policy for minor charges (ed.) Jl 7-4; Judges 
seek alternative minor penalities Jl 10-5; Judge rules down park meter laws 
Jl 21-38; Check is needed against solicitors (ed.) Ag 2-4; 



36 

COURTS (Cont.) 

The magistrate sees a parade of tragedy Ag 13-1,10; Judge (Braswell) 
orders bail bond list Ag 19-5*; Age, conduct of judges are issues (ed.) 
S 15-4; Conviction of youth (Cox) overturned S 15-24; New court drug pose 
promised (Holshouser) S 21-6; 

Riot rule upheld 6-5*; Judge (Bobbitt) attacks new proposals (amend- 
ments concerning judges) 28<»30; Accountability (of judiciary) holds no 
threat (ed.) 30-4; Reduced bail sought (1968 Charlotte stable burning 
case) N 1-30; Court hex goofed ('goofer dust') N 17-5; 

Do we need merit selection to help us choose judges? N 19-IV,3; 
Sentence review power needed (Mickle case, ed.) N 19-IV,4; Man charged in 
false pretense (bond incident) N 21-24; Scott names Superior Court judge 
(Rousseau) N 22-22; One youth (Mickle) truly thankful N 23-1; 

Powers abused in Wake bond incident (ed . ) N 24-4; Pretense case bond 
reduced N 29-5; (Angela) Davis raps NC D 10-1,21; Bond release (of Faison) 
upsets solicitor D 14-5; Judge Cooper resigns D 17-1,11; Victim's father 
blames judge (Faison case) D 20-34; 

Scott names a judge (McLelland) for 15th district D 22-7; (10th) 
district solicitor (Ransdell) will resign post D 27-34; Mitchell to succeed 
Ransdell as solicitor (10th district) D 30-28; 
COURTS 

see also 
JURIES AND JURY DUTY 
CRABTREE VALLEY SHOPPING CENTER 
see 
RETAIL STORES AND TRADE 
CRAFTS 
see 
HANDICRAFTS 
CREDIT 

New Bern man sues over credit report F 5-5*; Postmaster's insurance 
cancellation restrained F 16-5*; Insurance canceling enjoined F 23-5*; 
2 firms dismissed M 23-5*; 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS 

Charlotte still high on crime M 31-33: It's time to rethink those 'crimes 
without victims' My 14-IV,3; City less affected by rising crime Jl 13-45; Escapee 
(McQueen) arrested in Pa. Ag 5-5*; Her (Strawbridge) mission: 'combat crime' 
Ag 20-1,8; FBI says state safest in area Ag 30-36; 

Downgrading drunk listing urged S 8-7; Jaycee head urges jobs for 
criminals S 15-9-B; FBI reports crime rise S 29-7; Holdup rash, drugs linked 
S 30-19; Crime, welfare worry eastern NC voters 19-1; Once again, it's 
w ho, not what you know... (Mclntire case, 1853) D 24-IV 5 3; FBI tells of crime 
changes D 29-8; 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS 
see also 
COURTS,' JUVENILE CORRECTION? names of crimes, e.g., ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 
CRISIS INTERVENTION 

In second year, Hopeline's thriving S 27-40; 
CULTURE 

Raleigh arts come to life in autumn (ed.) S 29-4 



CULTURE WEEK 

"Culture Week' opens Tuesday N 27-34; NC ' s Culture Week off to modest 
start N 29-44; Gov. Scott cited for culture aid D 1-8; Cultural awards given 
at annual event here D 2-20; Awards cap culture week D 3-1,8; 
DAVIDSON COLLEGE 

Davidson to admit women My 6-24; Davidson's first coed Jl 8-18; David- 
son finally has girls S 13-2; 
DAY CARE CENTERS 

Halifax day center wants pupils J 27-66; Communication problems facing 
day care board F 14-24; Day care for children of employees is planned M 31-5*; 
Day care loses church site My 6-5; Downtown day care can bring parent, child 
closer My 12-17; Disease in day care centers laid to unsanitary conditions 
My 14-1,15; Foot-dragging on day care licensing (ed.) My 19-4; 

His task, 'protect the children' Je 11-7; Day care project is pipe dream 
come true Je 26-15; Care center location disapproved (Laurinburg) Jl 20-5*; 
Day care centers must register Jl 23-111,9; Day care centers lag in registering 
Jl 29-5; Demand is ahead of supply for child care Ag 6-111,3; 

Day care sanitation rules OK'd S 8-21; Some kids have two Moms! (private 
child care) N 15-19; Child care unit hoped to go on (Warrenton) D 8-5; 
DEAF 

They cannot hear their teacher 10-12; 
DEATHS 
see 
BIOGRAPHY 
DEBS 

Terpsichorean Society announces 1972 debs Jl 9-111,1; Mrs. R. Lee Coving- 
ton is honorary ball chairman Jl 16-111,3; Deb girls' chairman attacks myths 
Ag 13-111,5; Three generations of NC debutantes (Probst, Hayes) S 3-111,2; 
Debutantes bow to society S 9-1; Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority presents 81 debs 
in ivy leaf figure tonight N 24-19; 
DEBT, STATE 
see 
STATE DEBT 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

Sen. Church Democratic state chief J 7-1; YDC prodding party to reveal 
finances M 1-7; Wake Democrats decline in number since 1968 M 14-28; Party 
accepts new rules My 26-9; County conventions My 28-4; Democrats to choose 
delegates Je 10-8; Liberal platform set for Democrats' action Je 20-1; 

Youth protest slated Je 28-1; Democrats deny seats to NC challengers 
Jl 4-1; Carolinas give for telethon Jl 10-3; Lee's on national Democratic 
panel Jl 15-3; Democrat (Haynes) resigns post Jl 17-5; Raleigh man (Barringer) 
to be candidate (YDC) Ag 9-8; Hunt's goal: 'public trust' (YDC rally)Ag 13-1,5; 

Partisan banquet planned Ag 13-1,5; Froelich may decline NC Democratic 
post (dome) Ag 20-1,1; Posten to speak to Democrats Ag 20-1,10; Democratic 
Party post (executive director) may be revived here (dome) Ag 21-1; Arch 
Laney approached on Democratic party post; Jack Childs mentioned for the 
same post, too (dome) Ag 22-1; 

IRS seeks to indict 13 NC democratic donors Ag 22-1; Democrats schedule 
meeting (dome) Ag 23-1; Sugg urged for state party head Ag 24-1; Sugg picked 
by party Ag 25-6; Sugg plans no major changes in the party (dome) Ag 27-1,1; 



38 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY (Cont.) 

NC Democrats name director (Johnsey) Ag 29-1; Wallaceites feuding over 
vice chairman (dome) S 3-1,1; Bowles to be host (to Democratic candidates) 
S 10-1,6; Vance-Aycock dinner planned S 13-8; Democrats' leadership praised 
S 14-6; 600 expected at YDC meeting S 14-8; 

Sen. Ervin to head team of campaigners (dome) S 16-1; Controversial 
items facing YDC at meet (dome) S 20-1; Party's survey finds NC Democrats 
ahead (dome) S 20-1; McGovernites in control at YDC meeting S 23-5; Bowles, 
Nick at YDC meet S 24-1,4; Marijuana use plank tabled (YDC platform) S 24-1,4; 

Taylor to introduce Bowles at party dinner (dome) S 26-1; McGovern 
backers miffed at Bowles S 26-6; Security tight at annual dinner S 27-7; 
Bowles wary on McGovern S 29-6; NC Democrats cool to national ticket 1-1,1; 
Vance-Aycock dinner agents detain newsman (dome) 2,1; 

Fund-raising is scheduled (Buies Creek) 2-5; Scott pushes national 
ticket 2-7; Scott calls on Democrats to back McGovern 5-8; O'Brien: 
resist Republican lure 7-5; Taylor: vote for Democrats 8-1,5; Democrats 
net $30,000 from Asheville dinner (dome) 10-1; 

Democrats fear black defection 12-5; Rally cheers Bowles, Hunt 18-12-A; 
Sanford agrees to head board on (national) party charter 27-5; Democrats 
ponder party leadership N 12-1,1; Democrats must broaden appeal (ed.) N 12-IV,4; 
Sugg urges changes to revitalize party N 15-36; 

Balance urged for Democrats (Sugg) N 16-14; Party needs to keep its new 
blood (ed.) N 18-4; Terry Sanford denies interest in party job (dome) N 23-1; 
Scott favors replacing (national) Democratic party chairman (dome) N 26-1,1; 
Scott 'uncommitted' on (national) party chairmanship (dome) D 1-1; 

Special party (legislative) policy committee plan told (dome) D 2-1; Sugg 
to oppose Jean Westwood D 9-3; Chapel Hill Democrat (McKay) on reform panel 
(dome) D 10-1,1; NC majority backs Strauss in two votes D 10-1,1; Bowles 
plans to keep party alive (dome) D 20-1; 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
see also 
ELECTIONS - FINANCES; LEGISLATURE; POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
DEMONSTRATIONS 

March planned to protest Chavis ' arrest M 25-18; 150 blacks stage march 
protesting Chavis arrest M 26-5; Arrests follow peace march in Greenville My 
12-5*; March protests blacks in jail Jl 23-1,6; Blacks march in Wilson S 18-7; 
Protests continue in Wilson 10-23; 

Picketers object to N&O (Chavis) editorial 27-50; Frinks jailed after 
march (Wilson) D 1-5; Frinks arrested again after Wilson march D 2-5; Blacks 
plan march (Greenville) D 16-20; Blacks march in Greenville D 18-30; 
DEMONSTRATIONS 
see also 
VIOLENCE 
DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL 

US 17, a way of life Je 18-IV,1; 
DESEGREGATION 
see 
DISCRIMINATION ; DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING; NEGROES; SCHOOLS - DESEGREGATION 
DETECTIVES, PRIVATE 

The view from a private eye D 31-IV,1; 



39 

DISCRIMINATION 

State school chief said unfair to women J 10-5; Equal employment good goal 
for Scott (ed.) F 14-4; Age discrimination laws urged F 27-12; Judgment post- 
poned in suit (Charlotte) M 2-21; Service disparity open to challenge (ed . ) 
M 22-4; Sex bias works both ways M 24-1; 

Racial bias claimed in local suit Ap 18-5; State suing USDA Ap 25-5; 
Staggered terms (Wilmington) bring discrimination claim My 13-5*; No job 
openings for dissenters? (ed.) My 20-4; Black leaders rap 'dual justice' 
My 21-17; Discrimination (in employment of teachers) charge a challenge (ed.) 
My 23-4; Heads of state agencies cool to bias charge Je 19-7; Teacher 
selection bias charge denied by official Je 29-62; 

Race mention is ruled out (wills) Jl 7-5; Court hits sheriff on job bias 
(Greensboro) Ag 9-14; Male secretaries cite bosses hang-ups as major diffi- 
culty S 27-16; Survey discovers Robeson job bias 1-1,5; Riot rule upheld 
6-5*; Sex discrimination can be an oversight or a habit 25-15; 

Back pay award allowed to stand (Brown) N 7-5*; Court reverses jury 
bias ruling (Parker case) D 22-12; 
DISCRIMINATION 
see also 
DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING % NEGROES- SCHOOLS --DESEGREGATION 
DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING 

Rental firm named in bias suit M 21-5; Negroes win rent decree Je 9-5; 
Rent bias defendants request suit dropped Ag 9-5; 'Odor' cited in housing 
denial N 1-5; Coggins bias case dismissed D 19-5; 
DISMAL SWAMP 

Swamp ok'd for registry Ag 11-5; Getting inside 'the Great Dismal' 
Ag 13-V,1; Dismal Swamp mapped in 17th century (ed.) S 12-4; 
DIVERS AND DIVING 

Freedom, solitude lure women scuba divers Ag 17-25; 
DIVORCE, SEPARATIONS AND ANNULMENTS 

It may be that we need a no-fault divorce plan M 26-IV,l; Divorce-marriage 
ratio hits all time high Jl 26-16; Divorced may need help in seeking new 
identities Ag 11-16; 
DOCTORS 

Doctor fees said not 'defensive' (malpractice) J 16-7; Local doctors 
face suit after vasectomy F 10-66; Scheme (Hillsborough) may ease shortage 
of doctors F 26-5; Doctors said overcharging M 1-3; Wake town finds doctor 
M 5-7; MD's ponder quality control M 8-3; 

National standards may be in future for physicians M 9-30; Physicians 
licensed by state board Ap 15-19; NC board licenses physicians Je 3-17; Town 
(Bladenboro) to get doctor Jl 16-1,5; Nursing home neglect cited Jl 25-5; 
Doctors licensed by panel Ag 13-1,20; 

Greenville physician (Best) honored Ag 21-29; Doctors galore in Kernodle 
house S 15-5; Supply and demand control doctor shortage 8- IV, 3; 'Family 
physician' wave of medical future? 15-IV,3; Doctors asked to attend to 
youths' needs (Dunn) 20-15; Doctors forming plane club D 1-5; 

Plymouth group seeks doctors D 12-5; (Family) MD's emphasized in Duke 
(and Watts) program D 23-6; 



40 

DOCTORS (Cont.) 
see also 
ECU MEDICAL PROGRAMS, MEDICAL SCHOOLS, MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
DOCTORS' ASSISTANTS 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH; PARAMEDICAL EDUCATION 
DOGFIGHTS 

Officers finish Sunday dogfight Ap 3-1; Not with a snarl... but a whimper 
Ap 4-5; 6 more held in dog fight Ap 9-5*; 
DOROTHEA DIX HOSPITAL 
see 
HOSPITALS 
DRAFT 

Board's work rule held error Je 6-5; UNC volunteers man center to help 
with draft problems S 16-9; 
DRAMA 
see 
OUTDOOR DRAMA; THEATER 
DRIVER EDUCATION 

Driving class planned for elderly Ag 30-36; 
DRIVER'S LICENSES 

Women primp for licensing Ag 3-21; Bowles hits provisional licensing S 
19-7; Driver's license exam changed N 29-6; "Simplicity' (of new examination) 
slows 'em down D 27-8; 
DRUGS 

Wake grand jury indicts players Coder, Heuts J 6-1; Abuse problem bad, 
getting worse in NC J 9-8; Growing tragedy, heroin babies J 16-111,1; Pair 
arrested in Goldsboro on charges of heroin smuggling J 22-5; Nick offers 
logic, specifics on drugs (ed.) J 30-IV,4; Term for possessing pot ordered 
reduced F 3-6; The real 'French Connection' F 6-IV,l; 

2 students (Greenville) face drug charges F 12-5*; Heroin addicts sought 
F 26-5; The spaced-out spiders F 27-IV,l; 10 Chowan students suspended for 
drugs M 8-5*; Cocaine cache found on ship M 9-5*; Possession of 20,000 pills 
charged (Chapel Hill) M 9-5; 

Three are held on drug charge (Henderson) M 9-10; Legalizing marijuana 
called step for effective control M 16-12; Raids bring five UNC arrests M 23-5; 
Possession of speed is felony now M 24-27; Heroin arrest made in courthouse, 
$100,000 haul of cocaine M 25-5; 3 teens nabbed on drug counts (Chapel Hill) 
M 28-5; Four held in Cary for drugs M 28-17; 

Pot sentences upheld M 30-13; Wake seeks money for addict aid plan Ap 2-5; 
Police stage drug raids in Durham Ap 14-12; GOP group supports legal pot Ap 16-5; 
Drug unit raps Wake schools Ap 27-20; Rural areas find problem of drug Ap 29-5; 
Youths face marijuana charges My 20-26; Snake not held after raid My 21-5; Wake 
drug use studied My 22-34; Former addicts set up Synanon My 23-5; 

Man guilty on charges of heroin My 26-5; 10 youths held on drug charges 
(Roanoke Rapids) My 28-5; Spate of drug charges docketed for Wake court My 31-32; 
Student convicted on drug charges (Dover) Je 2-44; Mistrial called in drug case 
(Smith) Je 3-28; Heroin kills 7 in NC in 10 days Je 15-7; 



41 

DRUGS (Cont . ) 

Two men charged with growing pot Je 16-5; Town (Cary) holds down drug 
abuse level Je 20-5; Pot smoking booms among youth at Atlantic Beach Je 21-5; 
Views vary on drug scene involving youth of Cary Je 23-5; NCSU prof (Royster) 
links drugs, hearing loss Jl 9-1,6; Marijuana crop raided in Pitt Jl 20-5*; 

SBI: drug cases rising Jl 21-8; Hatil of hashish seized (Charlotte) Jl 
22-5; Drugs said handed out unlawfully to patients Jl 23-1,5; Drug handling 
woes blamed on finances (mental hospitals) Jl 25-5; 18 youths are arrested 
(Wilmington) Jl 29-5* ; 4 Charlotte women sue against grant Ag 10-6; 

Drug raid brings 22 arrests (Atlantic Beach) Ag 14-5; 8 charged on drugs 
Ag 19-5*; Methadone request endorsed (Wilmington) Ag 22-5; Drugs recovered in 
Charlotte raid Ag 24-5; Tar Heels are jailed in Texas Ag 24-5; Three years 
given seaman (Lanthier) for cocaine Ag 30-5; Big crop of 'pot' burned (Monroe) 
Ag 31-5; Biggest marijuana crop in state history burned (Monroe) Ag 31-5*; 

Drug workshop opens S 14-8; Arnold foresees drug program S 15-9-A; Bowles 
I'll push drug fund S 16-19; Holshouser talks drug education S 16-19; Course 
to begin on drug action S 17-1,8; When action speaks loudest S 17-111,1; Helms 
tells plans on drug fight S 19-6; Raleighite charged for heroin S 22-5; 

Drug raids continue S 23-30; Marijuana use plank tabled (YDC) S 24-1,4; 
Two soldiers arrested on pot charges (Fayetteville) S 24-1,16; Dix treatment 
center asked for drug users S 27-14; Students get sick on drug (LSD) S 28-1; 
Holdup rash, drugs linked S 30-19; 

After narcotics conviction, she (Holte) faces deportation 10-5; Helms 
favors bearing down on pushers 10-7; Drug education funding asked 10-22; 
Drug offenses charged to 11 11-38; 11 arrested in Wayne on drug counts 
13-38; Student gets 8-year term 14-5; 

Nick Smith raps NC drug laws 18-12-A; Local group urges drug regulations 
19-13; Heroin dealers found in cities 21-5; Hawke offers help to local 
drug programs 24-23; Drug law revisions suggested 26-46; Bowles promises 
war on drug traffic 26-10; Group proposes ban on drug ads 26-46; 

2 (Wake Co. Memorial) hospital officials arrested N 1-1; Drug education 
pledged (Holshouser also discusses other issues) N 3-11; Drug education effort 
announced (Jaycees) N 13-5; Marijuana charges filed (Charlotte) N 13-5; For 
a small plane, it was a big week (Wilmington) N 28-5; 

Marijuana stash found at Newport D 6-30; Chain (Eckerd's) to use lie 
detectors D 12-10; Nurses face pot charges (Chapel Hill) D 20-5; Drug unit 
(NC Drug Authority) oks plans for panel D 20-6; Charged (Wake Memorial) 
officials back on job D 23-5; Duke: drug use lower than widely believed 
D 24-1,5; Wilmington may start drug addict clinic D 31-1,5; 
DRUGS, PRESCRIPTION 
see 
CONSUMER PROTECTION" MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
DRUNK DRIVING 
see 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 
DUKE ENDOWMENT 

Davis on Duke Board N 1-8; 
DUKE UNIVERSITY 

Businessmen study while carrying on careers J 9-IV,8; Duke employees OK 
union representation J 29-5; Duke given $34 million in grants J 31-5; 



42 

DUKE UNIVERSITY (Cont . ) 

Raleigh woman elected to post at Duke F 24-5; Duke workers' vote post- 
poned F 26-8; Separate Duke units abolished M 4-5; Cronkite addresses Duke 
grads My 15-5; Duke campus apartments to be built My 25-5; Krueger promoted 
at Duke Je 10-5; The ocean is their classroom Jl 14-15; 

Assistant provost (Flowers) named Jl 17-5; Duke given study grant (Muscu- 
lar Dystrophy Association) Ag 14-5; More women, no college S 13-3; Duke 
seeking own utility 10-5; Rate hearing role requested (Duke Power) 31-5; 
Union vote ordered N 12-1,5; (Federal) ocean study lab at Duke is given little 
opposition D 13-35; 
DUKE UNIVERSITY 
see also 
SOUTHERN GROWTH POLICIES BOARD 
DURHAM 

Sewer schedule okayed Ap 1-5; 
ECU 

Appoints dean of health services (Theile) J 2-5; Student poll favors 
legal pot J 8-6; Dorm named for alumna (Clement) J 27-6; Better infirmary 
asked F 4-5* ; Health gripes said 'without basis' F 9-5*; Bells a solution? 
F 10-30; 300 at meeting on waterways M 3-5; 

Law school proposal fails to excite ECU M 17-5*; Grant to ECU (School 
of Nursing) M 23-5*; Five-letter word, trial (Schell and Thonen) M 31-5*; 
ECU student dies at Fiddler's Grove Ap 1-16; Trustees back ECU in suit Ap 1-16; 
Morgan backing sound policy (ed.) Ap 4-4; Student denied vote injunction Ap 6-5; 

Pair facing charges in coed attack Ap 13-5*; ECU grant is approved My 2-5*; 
Peace rally by students set at ECU My 4-5*; Protesters eye another protest 
My 5-5*; Dean (Jones) is honored My 6-5; Ex-math professor of UNC (Shyburn) 
dies at 71 My 6-23; Coed (Jennifer Thornton) named 1972 pork queen My 7-5*; 

Dorm visitation extended My 9-5; About 75 Greenville protesters spend 
chilly vigil My 13-5*; Reynolds gives study grant My 20-5*; Dorm (Clement) 
dedicated Je 12-26; There's a 'Fiddler on the Roof at ECU Jl 6-36; ECU 
receives big planetarium gift Jl 8-5; 

There may be buried treasure in them thar shores Jl 9-IV,3; Planetarium 
planned at Greenville (ed.) Jl 15-4; Marine Center director named (McGee) 
Jl 16-1,5; Education workshop scheduled Jl 17-5; 'Once Upon a Mattress" 
pleasant summer fare Jl 20-20; $10.2 million asked by ECU for growth Jl 21-5*; 

'1776' brings history alive Jl 26-13; Nursing grant Jl 27-8; 'I do! I 
do! ' frothy but fun Ag 2-13 ; (HEW) grant to ECU Ag 4-5*; Fatteh on staff 
Ag 4-12; Sleeply musical (The Fantasticks) closes season Ag 9-16; ECU prof 
(Demyer) found dead in apartment Ag 10-13; Prof's (Demyer) death still probed 
Ag 11-29; ECU gets science grant Ag 19-5; 

Report gives ECU rating for highest facility use Ag 19-5; ECU to dig for 
Indian village Ag 23-5*; Polluter lured to the Chowan Ag 27-IV,4; ECU begins 
65th year S 13-2; ECU to open art gallery S 15-24; College going: lots of 
class S 20-5; And she's got a good point (student's views) 3-5; 

Trustees reelect Morgan 14-5; 'Fiddler' set in Greenville 19-19; 
East Carolina finally has a real art gallery 22-V,7; ECU symphony concert 
set 26-34; Choral concert slated at ECU; recital set N 1-12; Staged fairy 
tale enchanting ('Once Upon a Matress') N 1-12; 



43 

ECU (Cont.) 

Pirates win SC (Southern Conference) N 12-11,1; ECU's Randle voted SC 
coach of year D 5-17; ECU to help find jobs for servicemen D 6-30; 
ECU MEDICAL PROGRAMS 

Sowers for medical school M 16-5; ECU makes another plea for 2-year 
medical school Ap 21-37; ECU pushing medical bid My 9-5; Medical school 
issue bad politics (ed.) My 26-4; Taylor discusses med school costs My 26-8; 
Four-year ECU med school opposed (study report) Ag 18-5; 

Caution urged on medical school (ed.) Ag 20-IV,4; Full med school at 
ECU boosted (Baker) S 6-5; ECU med school opens S 7-5; Report opposes 4-year 
med school (NC Joint Conference for Medical Care subcommittee) S 8-5; Dr. 
Baker's argument disappoints (ed.) S 9-4; ECU cancer grant S 9-8; 

ECU's embryo medical school S 17-IV,1; Smith favors med school for ECU 
4-7; Med school growth urged (Jaycees) 22-1,5; ECU medical school backed 
(Jaycees) N 6-36; Group (Citizens for Eastern Health Improvements) backs ECU 
med unit N 11-5; Assembly fight stirs on ECU med school N 21-1; 

Hunt may back 4-year ECU medical school (dome) N 19-1,1; Grabbing at 
surplus premature (ed.) N 22-4; Holshouser making a good start (ed.) N 29-4; 
Jenkins: ECU med school expansion up to Board D 1-1; 
EPIC 

see 
ELECTRIC POWER 
ESP 

see 
PSYCHIC PHENOMENA 
EARTHQUAKES 

NC teacher, students traveling near (Nicaraguan) quake D 26-1; Professor 
(Braue) said safe in Nicaragua D 27-5; UNC (Wilmington) group rode out Managua 
quake in car D 29-5; 
ECLIPSES 
see 
SPACE AND UPPER ATMOSPHERE 
ECOLOGY 
see 
ENVIRONMENT 
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 

NC business up for November J 1-17; Year-end spending helps NC economy 
J 16-7; Special section F 6-B; NC business outlook for the year ahead F 6-B,l; 
NC enjoying better economy Ap 4-17; NC index takes dip Jl 7-19; NC economy 
rising again Ag 1-21; Wachovia economists predict NC growth S 2-30; 

State business level is reported expanding 2-5; NC economy shows gains 
5-47; Senate hopefuls agree on economy 12-14; NC economy seen slowing 
N 1-25; Investment money men are bullish N 5-IV,8; NC economy said booming 
D 22-27; 
EDUCATION 

Pat Taylor raps school leaders J 7-1; Coates puts meat on the bare bones 
of civics J 9-IV,5; Holshouser hits Phillips on NCAE J 17-5; Taylor's 
criticism of education put campaign in uncertain waters J 17-7; Phillips' 
views on NCAE draw blast from educators J 18-5; 



44 

EDUCATION (Cont.) 

Conflicts remain over education ( Phillips-NCAE) J 19-7; NC behind SC 
in cost per pupil J 20-6; Students are good tutors (Cabarrus Co.) F 5-17; 
Special section on Raleigh F 27-; Education Board advised against school con- 
tract (Research Triangle) M 3-27; Rural students get live training M 5-1,7; 

Should we industrialize-or humanize-our schools? M 5-IV,3; Short 
courses in textiles M 5-IV,8; Lectures on planning (family) criticized M 7-5*; 
Lobbying planned for police academy M 25-18; Association (for retarded) to 
file suit on training My 12-11; NCARC files suit on state My 21-8; 

Experimental school needs aired in Raleigh My 26-42; Baptists critical 
of sex education Je 15-50; 5th graders' profile good in sampling Je 30-38; 
Computer unit aides teaching Jl 9-1,6; Businessman: schools must plan Jl 
14-9; Special teachers may stay (Raleigh) Jl 15-28; 

Per-pupil spending varies much Jl 23-1,10; City gym program criticized 
Jl 30-1,6; Wake board OK's new family class Ag 9-7; Wake finds funds to 
rehire teachers in special fields Ag 9-8; Teachers take lofty course (aviation) 
Ag 14-7; Foreign, US students same for French exchange teacher (Tourte) Ag 
16-36; Smart children get speech aid (Raleigh) Ag 17-11; 

Broyhill backs education bill (Equal Education Opportunity Act) Ag 21-5*; 
Correctional schools get reading grant Ag 22-7; School liaison unit formed 
Ag 29-5; 'The things your mother never told you,' they tell you (Human Sexuality 
Information and Counseling Service, Chapel Hill) S 3-IV,3; 

Poetry in schools program begins S 3-IV,7; Curriculum linked to drop- 
outs S 8-44; GOP stresses NC education S 10-1,5; Problems course (on the 
culturally disadvantaged) set at NCSU S 10-1,20; Sexuality panel set at NCSU 
S 11-34; Training (for women and blacks) planned on schools S 13-11; 

Scott leads school study S 16-18; Basic education is threatened (ed.) 
S 20-4; Scott heads nationwide education task force (dome) S 24-1,1; Support 
cited for education (Holshouser) S 24-1,4; Education panel (Children's 100) 
gets chairman (Semans) S 26-5; Cox comments on education S 28-47; 

State education proposals outlined 1-1,8; Occult study, seance arouse 
minister's ire (Graham) 6-34; Hawke favors block grants for education 12- 
WA-1; It's just grease to them (girls taking mechanics) 21-5; Wake behind 
Raleigh in fine arts study 21-30; NC ups spending per pupil 27-7; 

Teens enjoy creative poetry class 28-8; Experimental pre-school toy- 
brary provides new basis for learning 29-111,8; Poets received well in 
program N 4-5; Come on, teachers, why not sin a little...? (to help students 
read N 12-IV,3; Reading tutor trainees near end of workshop N 13-36; 

Vote said good for education (Dawson) N 14-6; Bar offering program (in 
consumer education) N 15-7; Education requests invite review (ed.) N 26-IV,4; 
Volunteers lighten teachers' loads; paraprofessionals are paid to help N 28-14; 
Phillips: agency has data (to back up request for funds) N 29-6; 

Funds provided to send artists to NC schools D 5-5; Holshouser reaffirms 
support of education D 9-5; Departments plan cure for capital tour rush D 13-5; 
Teens explore what's wrong with schools D 16-10; (Compensatory) education 
proposals outlined (Raleigh) D 20-44; Poorer public schooling ahead (teacher 
certification) (ed.) D 22-4; 
EDUCATION 

see also 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH; EDUCATION, CAREER; EDUCATION, HIGHER; MIGRANT LABOR; 

SCHOOLS; TEACHERS; TEXTBOOKS 



45 

EDUCATION, CAREER 

NC moving toward job training F 16-1; Doubtful emphasis on job skills (ed . ) 
F 17-4; Rockingham job training expands F 24-5; Overboard for 'the world of 
work' (ed.) M 3-4; Should we industrialize-or humanize-our schools? M 5-IV,3; 
Job training seen for NC schools M 12-1,4; 

Vocational education is 'essential' to state's economy and to its young 
M 12-IV,3; Work training trend M 23-62; Vocational education can open, not 
close doors Ap 2-IV,3; Career Education task unit sought Jl 7-1; School 
policy shift (career education) needs review (ed.) Jl 9-IV,4; 

Care needed in discussion of career education programs Jl 23-IV,3; 
Careers studies at junior highs Ag 3-8; Education shift (career) goes unde- 
bated (ed.) Ag 14-4; Education official (Engelke) pushes career oriented 
programs S 17-1,8; 'Work ethic' gets backing S 20-7; 

Career study approach cited S 21-9; 'Career education' a double hoax 
(ed.) S 23-4; 'Career education' an elitist notion? S 28-4; Bowles stretching 
education point (ed.) 1-IV,4; 'Career education' inviting target 16-4; 
NCAE officer criticizes Bowles 21-6; Career education asked for women 24-23; 

Career education scores low in NY (ed . ) 25-4; Will we ever balance the 
pendulum? (ed . ) 31-4; Career education is finally debated N 5-IV,2; 
Strengthening urged in vocational training N 19-1,7; Panel (Career Education 
Task Force) urges careers programs D 1-7; 

Visions seen, believed in Arizona (ed.) D 3-IV,4; NCSU center (National 
Center for Occupational Education) beacon in career ed D 7-6; 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 

Governing board gathers for meet J 5-25; Friday likely to head new system 
J 6-1; Governors set terms J 6-12; Closed-door meeting unwise move (ed.) 
J 9-IV,4; West gets position at UNC in move on restructuring J 22-1; Professor 
(East) charges the American campus in a state of 'intellectual deterioration' 
J 23-IV,3; Crisis predicted in 'Friday report' F 13-4; 

Office reshuffle part of education reorganization F 20-4; Trustees pick 
Chapel Hill F 29-30; Purdue Provost eyed for top UNC position M 1-5; Friday 
appears headed for top UNC job M 16-6; Friday gets top post in universities 
M 18-1; Grumbling breaks out on Bill Friday's moves M 18-5; 

Friday will prove his fairness (ed.) M 21-4; Black officials push Thorpe 
for new post M 21-5; Education board receives advice Ap 20-34; Education 
lab president quits My 10-22; Era ends as trustees are divided (UNC) My 23-1; 
Board's meeting is last Je 17-1; 

Board of Governors expected to decide on school powers Je 23-6; Friday 
to ask tuition hike Je 24-1; Universities' merger begins in state today 
Jl 1-8; UNC panel (Board of Governors) well known Jl 2-6; William Friday 
quietly works in new system Jl 2-6; New education board set in first meeting 
Jl 7-5; Board sets policies for campuses in NC Jl 8-1; 

Book-sharing plan adopted by UNC Jl 26-44; Education system seen as 
balanced (Scott) Ag 2-29; UNC offers lower budget Ag 15-1; Board: equalize 
tuitions Ag 15-2; Board's budget work encouraging (ed . ) Ag 19-4; UNC panel 
warned on budget powers (Scott); UNC board warned on education, unions S 23-5; 



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EDUCATION, HIGHER (Cont.) 

Tar Heel (Satterf ield) gets post in Michigan Ag 25-7; Professors associa- 
tion ranks NC salaries Ag 29-5; UNC in Europe eyed in journey by Jenkins S 6-5*; 
Caldwell lauds new budgeting S 17-1,8; Scott warning (on budgetary powers) 
applies three ways (ed.) S 26-4; UNC submits $471 million budget S 27-6; 

Budget unit may accept UNC spending priorities (dome) 3-1; Private 
colleges cited by governor 12-5*; Education 'meddling' (by politicians) 
criticized (Holshouser) 12-14; Friday plans assembly work 15-1,5; 
Education planning promised 15-1,18; Non-grads creditable in college 21-19; 

Holshouser said college's friend (Scott) N 11-6; UNC makes pitch for budget 
N 21-8; Holshouser stands by UNC plan N 28-1; Holshouser makes plea for UNC 
support D 1-8; UNC chancellors D 7-9; 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 
see also 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
ELECTIONS 

Single-shot vote allowed J 14-1; Fairness element back in elections (ed.) 
J 15-4; Failure of singleshot ban may strengthen black vote J 17-7; Labor 
commissioner Crane won't seek another term J 19-7; Probe to crimp funding 
pipeline J 29-1; NC politicians in 'come clean' mood F 13-1; 

Scotland elections flap will draw investigation F 25-5; Principals deny 
pressure used to support Danielson M 18-28; Phillips confirms he uses educators 
to run campaign M 23-61; Phillips' tactics are questionable (ed.) M 27-4; 
Bowles: state's employees threatened with job loss M 28-18; One of three 
veterans must lose in first district Ap 1-5; 

Battle mounts for Lanier's post Ap 2-12; Political campaign handbills to 
students bring protest Ap 6-5; Columbus county eyes clean election Ap 7-5*; 
O'Connell criticizes Phillips' campaign moves Ap 15-5; 25 candidates, where do 
they stand? Ap 30-4; Voters to pick November standard-bearers Ap 30-IV,l; 

NC race tightens My 1-1; Fish, folks mingle down East My 1-5; State pay 
hike favored My 5-5; Sowers decides against runoff My 13-1; White House 
denies claim by Gardner My 13-1; Taylor, Jordan stay in My 16-1; Campaign 
style also issue My 28-5; Stickers linked to Gardner staff My 29-7; 

Hearing scheduled on voting charges (Columbus Co.) Je 4-19; Hearing 
scheduled on voting charges (Columbus Co.) Je 5-5*; Wallace forces in NC may 
back Republicans Jl 25-8; Charge (against Phillips) unrelated to probe of 
LINC Ag 4-5; Candidacy (Spaulding) withdrawn Ag 23-31; 

Culpepper quits race for 1st district seat S 8-5; Poll puts Democrats 
ahead in state races (dome) S 18-1; White to replace Culpepper S 20-5; City 
campaign trail spreads over Raleigh S 24-1,4; Agnew slated for rally in 
Winston S 21-25; Dole stumps here for GOP'S S 22-1; 

Group promotes plan for candidate debates (dome) S 22-1; Agnew urges Tar 
Heels to back administration S 23-1; Poster tearing an NCSU issue S 25-36*; 
Ballot form may boost NC ticket-splitting S 26-1; Nixon, Helms favored in 
weekly's reader poll (dome) S 28-1; Tricia plans Wake visit S 29-5; 

Ed Nixon visit set S 29-6; Tricia visits Raleigh area S 30-1; Polls 
should be taken with a grain of salt 1-IV, 2; Tunney urges: give us Nick 
3-6; Rouse criticizes Tunney 3-6; Hawke promises involvement 4-8; 



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ELECTIONS (Cont.) 

McGovern, Galifianakis (Helms ad) 4-9; 'Longhair' in race for board 
(Waynesville) 4-26; Nick says Nixon using old Galifianakis slogan (dome) 
5-1; Pat Taylor stand-in for Nick 5-7; Helms decries ' whisper talk' 
6-6; Nick aligns himself with Nixon 6-6; Nick makes it look easy 9-1; 

DeLoatch letter chastises Morgan's Sanford support (dome) 11-1; Gardner 
endorses Nick Smith 12-39; Gov. Holton aids Holshouser bid 13-6; Warning 
delivered on Helms 14-19; Helms' mock election win draws fire at UNC (dome) 
15-1,1; GOP appoints Neely to head ballot security (dome) 17-1; 

Helms declares ad says it all 17-6; Nick stumps in Alamance 17-6; 
Bowles fears overconf idence 17-7; Holshouser: 41% of vote 17-7; Unauthor- 
ized lead cited in UNC mock election (dome) 18-1; Wake political smiles are 
around longer now 18-5; Crime, welfare worry eastern NC voters 19-1; 

Piedmont voters skeptical 20-1; Textile union endorses Preyer and 
Galifianakis (dome) 22-1,1; Walker not walking the way he promised (dome) 
23-1; Jim Hunt vows leadership if It. governor 24-7; Smith outlines 
platform 24-7; Council of state races attracting little attention 29-IV,3; 

Senate hopefuls' names confusing (Barker) 30-40; Cox, Mizell boost 
GOP hopefuls at rally 31-6; Mayors back Bowles 31-8; Democrats get break 
in Durham N 2-5; Wake Democrats eye key issues N 3-8; (Wake) Republicans 
discuss issues N 3-9; Newspaper (ASHEVILLE CITIZEN) backs Bowles, Nick N 3-35; 

Most NC races close as election day nears N 5-1,1; State candidates share 
Nixon rally N 5-1,1; 2 Democrats hold edge in Orange County contest N 5-1,4; 
Raleigh hopefuls enliven commissioners' race N 5-1,5; Wake Board rivals 
fighting light race N 5-1,5; Walker is driving to catch Hunt lead N 5-1,6; 

14th district senate candidates air their views N 5-1,9; Smith says 
Wallaceites back him N 5-1,13; Grace backs Nixon, Helms, Hunt, Bowles, N 5-1,15; 
State council races draw light interest N 5-1,17; The ghost of elections past 
N 5-IV,l; Random thoughts on Tuesday election (Sitton) N 5-IV,4; 

NC hopefuls plan last push N 6-1; 'Party' politics scheduled for election 
night N 6-8; Black citizens group (Raleigh Citizens Assoc.) splits endorsements 
N 7-5; The name's the thing N 7-5; Holshouser cites Nixon visit aid; Bowles 
says Nixon helped Holshouser N 8-6; 

Vacations will follow election's tense moments N 8-23; Wallace people 
believe their votes were key (dome) N 9-1; Election violations suspected 
(Durham Co.) N 12-1,1; Two major 'strains' (change, race) seen in Tar Heel 
results N 12-IV,2; Vote said good for education (Dawson) N 14-6; 

Morgan, Wynne view elections in Germany (dome) N 20-1; Carpetbag rears 
its colorful head (ed.) N 20-4; Candid slander form Holshouser man (implica- 
tion that Democrats steal elections ed.) D 1-4; 
ELECTIONS, CONGRESSIONAL 

Youth, black voters boost Lee's race F 20-4; Ervin support battle rages 
My 17-5; KKK head backs Helms Jl 24-5; Helms seems to need a rabbit's foot 
(ed.) Jl 26-4; 8th district race uphill for Democrat Jl 30-1,6; Helms, Nick 
clash here Ag 6-1,1; Reporter-Nick exchange cited Ag 8-23; 

Whispers miss point about Helms (ed.) Ag 9-4; Hawke chides Andrews Ag 12-17; 
Nick mapping strong drive Ag 13-1,1; Nick-Helms confrontation cool Ag 13-1,12; 
Helms race bankrolled by national GOP Ag 21-6; Henderson stumps with Galifianakis 
Ag 22-23; 



48 

ELECTIONS, CONGRESSIONAL (Cont.) 

House candidate (Little) raps handling of elections (2nd Congressional 
District) Ag 24-8; Nick supported by Republican (Johnson) Ag 25-6; Andrews 
opens campaign Ag 26-5; Political choice decried (Holshouser attacks McGovern, 
Bowles) Ag 27-1,16; Clark seeks to unseat Ruth Ag 30-5; 

Nick pledges big campaign Ag 30-5; Hawke : Andrews silent on issues 
Ag 30-8; Helms raps Nick Ag 31-6; Hopeful (Andrews) denies McGovern aid 
Ag 31-6; Thurmond here to push Helms S 1-6; Hawke attacks Andrews S 1-7; 
Swiss TV to film NC ' s Senate race (dome) S 3-1,1; 

Few certainties in 9th S 3-1,14; Helms counted one of GOP ' s brighest 
hopes S 3-IV,5; TV, movie stars tape campaign spots for Helms (dome) S 4-1; 
Helms to get Butz support S 5-5; Morton to work for Nick S 9-5; Butz not a 
persuasive witness (for Helms) (ed.) S 13-6; Barry pushes Helms S 14-5; 

Moore dinner raised $20,000 for Helms (dome) S 15-1; Senate candidates 
wage an 'air war' S 16-19; Sam Beard leaves TV to help Jesse Helms (dome) 
S 17-1,1; Nick, Helms quietly shift strategy S 19-1; Sen. Brock to speak for 
Helms S 20-7; Farm panel formed for Nick S 21-19; 

Tactic may suggest Helm's strategy (ed.) S 22-4; Andrews gets county head 
for campaign S 22-5; (Galif ianakis-Helms campaign staffs clash S 23-7-B; Mills 
'convinced' Nick can win S 23-7-B; Strom Thurmond to campaign for Helms (dome) 
S 25-1; (Galiaf ianakis) Campaign worker is star's son S 25-15; Poster tearing 
disputed S 25-36; NC Young Democrats critize Helms ad (dome) S 26-1; 

Code refusal charged (Hawke) S 26-12; Thurmond ' s NC foray criticized 
S 26-12; 23 (Vietnam) veterans organise for Jack Hawke S 27-30; Aides say 
Helms hadn't read ad (dome) S 29-1; Labor gives to Nick, business to Helms 
(dome) S 30-1; Goldwater adviser lends aid to Helms for a fee (dome) 7-1; 

Nick and Helms aides argue over monitoring (dome) 7-1; Suddenly Jesse 
Helms is a moderate? (ed . ) 7-4; Nick says he's learned voters' wants 7-19; 
Notables help Helms; Nick stays local 7-19; 2 districts (4th and 9th) have 
both parties holding breath 8-1,4; Helms arguing against his record (ed.) 
8-IV,4; Galif ianakis and Helms — their differing views 9-15; 

Helms is well-known across tobacco land 10-1; Helms, Nick support Nixon's 
foreign policy 11-6; Sen. Brock campaigns for Helms 11-14; Senate hopefuls 
agree on economy 12-14; Athletes back Hawke 18-12; Helms visits Democrats 
19-17; (Nick Smith) backs Helms 20-8; Nick stumps in piedmont 20-9; 

Jordan, Talmadge back Nick 21-5; 4th district battle could be a tossup 
22-1,6; Copter vandalism holds up Helms 22-1,7; Rep. Kemp speaks at Hawke 
dinner 23-5; Hawke ' s ad draws Bradshaw complaint (dome) 24-1; Democrat 
group set for Helms 24-6; Ervin, Hollings urge voters to elect Nick 24-6; 

Helms groups disclaim mystery ad about Nick 26-1; Agnew r.ees Helms race 
as 'critical' 26-8; Ervin blasts Andrews' foe 26-8; Senate races in South 
crucially close 27-4; Nick says recent ad 'slanderous,' unliked 27-6; 
Andrews gets Scott support 28-19; Recent, earlier Helms views differ 29-1,1; 

Aides swap charges (Helms, Galif ianakis) 29-1,4; Helms blasted for use of 
Jim Graham photo 29-1,4; Senate vote drive centers in Piedmont 29-1,4; 
Campaign '72 wrap-up ... and for US House of Representatives 29-IV,l; NC 
senatorial race has some national overtones 29-IV,2; Andrews gets a boost from 
Bowles pollster (dome) 31-1; Andrews better qualified to serve (ed.) 31-4; 



49 

ELECTIONS, CONGRESSIONAL (Cont . ) 

Ervin not told about Helms ad 31-6; Helms: poll shows I lead 31-7; 
GOP loser (Johnson) backs Nick 31-7; Andrews irked at Hawke ad N 1-6; Fourth 
district candidates discuss the issues N 1-7; Galifianakis the clear choice (ed.) 
N 2-4; CHARLOTTE OBSERVER backs Nick N 2-7; 

Democratic chairman attacks Helms' ads N 2-8; Greensboro paper (DAILY NEWS) 
backs Galifianakis N 2-9; Nick sums up his candidacy N 3-6; Candidates probe 
issues (Helms, Galifianakis) N 4-6; Nick says polls unimportant N 4-8; Nick 
shops for votes in 6 cities N 5-1,1; 

Wendell mayor criticizes Helms (on water grant) N 5-1,4; Andrews: Hawke ' s 
ad false N 5-1,6; A long, tight vote expected in 4th N 5-1,8; Nixon's coattails 
help Helms get Senate seat N 9-1; Coattails elusive for Hawke N 9-6; Racial 
civility is sound politics (blacks supporting Andrews) N 11-4; 

Pollster: Nick's race hurt Bowles' chances N 22-7; (Galifianakis') aide 
raps pollster N 23-5; 
ELECTIONS --FINANCES 

IRS probes contributions to '68 NC campaign J 13-1; IRS looks into familiar 
subterfuge (ed.) J 14-4; IRS director denies probe of contributions 'political' 
J 15-5; IRS buys '68 campaign records, corporate tax probe suspected J 18-5; 
Morgan says it's late to act on 1968 gifts J 29-1; 

Scott's tow sack money symbolic (ed.) J 30-IV,4; Morgan just looking other 
way (ed.) F 2-4; Candidates tell ways of financing F 4-1; Scott funders have 
jobs F 9-1; Jim Hunt identifies two money sources F 9-23; '72 political 
contributions deductible F 10-53; 

Sowers names supporters who aided campaign loan F 11-6; Ad contract 
unpromised F 13-16; Taylor funders to be disclosed F 16-7; Taylor tells how 
to cut drive costs F 26-17; Jordan's aide does funding job M 14-3; Candi- 
dates ridicule estimates M 25-5; Firms told to pay taxes on gifts Ap 6-8; 

IRS probe is unknown quantity (ed.) Ap 7-4; Corporation prosecutions for 
contributions possible Ap 7-5; Political tax-skirter list coming Ap 23-5; 
Bowles reports $573,552 spent on campaign Ap 27-53; State campaigns cost too 
much (ed.) Ap 29-4; McGeachy staff terms fund slip honest mistake Ap 30-5; 

Taylor reports campaign gifts My 2-14; Contributions to Bowies' campaign 
listed My 4-14; Six file belated financial reports My 3-12; Cost report 
irregularities numerous My 10-6; Some office seekers evading law (ed.) My 11-4; 
Hopefuls report surpluses My 21-5; 

Seven Wake candidates' spending reports unfiled My 31-32; Candidates 
dubious on fund limit J 2-6; Scott, curbs are needed on spending in campaigns 
J 9-4; Bowles leader in spending Je 24-5; Eure, fund act ignored Je 30-7; 
Hunt urges spending limit Jl 18-5; Campaign cost limit urged (Holshouser) 
Jl 21-1; Holshouser starts with a real issue Jl 24-4; 

Bowles backs spending limit Ag 2-1; Good faith test for candidates (ed.) 
Ag 3-4; Holshouser optimistic of campaign agreement Ag 3-7; Cost limit urged 
(Hunt) Ag 4-8; Campaign cost reform asked (Scott) Ag 6-1,1; Campaign fund 
edge requested Ag 6-1,6; List names candidates violating NC fund act Ag 10-10; 

Mistake cited on Winters (filing campaign contributions) Ag 11-8; Candidate 
(Adams) hits Eure on listing Ag 12-28; ; No action yet on fund reports Ag 15-34; 
Prosecution asked in campaign gifts Ag 16-1; IRS seeks to indict 13 NC Democratic 
donors Ag 22-1; 'Bookkeeping' cited in tax (IRS) 'defeat' case Ag 23-1; 



50 

ELECTIONS --FINANCES (Cont . ) 

Suspend suspicion on IRS move (ed.) Ag 23-4; Phone was off hook (IRS case) 
Ag 23-14; Bowles and Holshouser talks on spending fail Ag 25-1; Scott: IRS 
probe politically timed Ag 25-1; Politics obscures probe (IRS) facts (ed.) 
Ag 26-4; IRS investigator seeks information on 'leak' Ag 27-1,1; 

Scott calls for 'tax leak' probe (IRS case) Ag 27-1,1; IRS probes 'leak' 
Ag 28-1; N&O declines to reveal to IRS source of leak Ag 29-6; Campaign fund 
limit proposed (Purrington) S 1-7; FBI enters disclosure case involving (Scott) 
campaign S 2-5*; 

Holshouser says Bowles 'twists arms' pressuring (technical institutes and 
community colleges) S 8-9; 'Staff inquiry' given Scott leak complaint (IRS 
case) S 9-7; Helms is catching up with Nick on spending S 16-19; Hawke spends 
more in race S 19-6; Justice Dept. ends inquiry of (IRS) tax leak S 21-1; 

Gift tax (IRS) case is still mulled 1-1,6; Scott ponders suit (IRS) 
2-32; Personal donation (by Hollister to Helms) denied 11-14; No action 
yet on IRS allegations 13-37; Scott campaigner's case still undecided (dome) 
17-1; Finances worry Morgan 21-5; Spending by Helms tops Nick 25-1; 

Andrews' expenses reported at $100,000 26-8; Helms defends campaign 
cost 26-12; Textile money helping Helms 27-1; Bowles outspends opponent 
28-1; Morgan top spender for Council of State 28-5; Nick: Helms is trying 
to buy race 28-19; Creel reports $16,700 spent in campaign 31-23; 

Purrington tops spending N 1-40; Rep. Mizell files spending report N 2-9; 
Purrington protests account of spending N 2-54; Bowles has big edge in large 
contributions N 3-35; Voters 'expect a big show' N 16-5; Gardner for Governor 
not paying full bills; Ex-Gardner aide won't talk about the bills (dome) N 18-1; 

Spending limit plan spelled out by Hunt N 21-7; Good starting point in 
Hunt's plan (ed.) N 22-4; Eure against limits N 23-8; Bowles' aide (Woodard) 
says big spending hurt (dome) N 27-1; Council hopefuls list expenditures N 28-9; 
Holshouser spending in campaign $306,007 N 28-9; 

Helms effort tops $699,000; Galifianakis lists $403,006; Bowles spent $1.4 
million N 29-8; Purrington leads local candidates in spending N 30-8; 
ELECTIONS, GUBERNATORIAL 

Taylor, Holshouser get PACE backing M 7-18; Scott, Taylor linked Ap 19-8; 
Hawkins supports Taylor My 21-1; Bowles sticks to same plans Ag 14-1; Hols- 
houser pushes change Ag 14-1; Holshouser picks aide (Graham) Ag 19-19; Jonas 
sees close race for governor Ag 22-7; Holshouser 's kickoff set Ag 30-5; 

Bowles names new supporters S 4-42; Bowles lists 3 big jobs ahead in NC 
S 6-WA-l; Bowles adds to security S 9-5; Holshouser wooing Wallace vote (dome) 
S 13-1; Holshouser to ring doorbells in Charlotte (dome) S 16-1; NC labor snubs 
Bowles S 16-1; Hobby supports Bowles S 21-7; Rawl to head group (Republicans 
for Bowles) S 21-25; Union local's backing claimed for Holshouser (dome) S 23-1; 

Union leader (Latta) disclaims petition for Holshouser (dome) S 24-1,1; 
Campaign path running's hard (Holshouser) S 29-5; Holshouser says he's closing 
gap 11-7; Raleigh PACE gives backing to Holshouser 12-39; Hecklers boo 
Bowles at Red Springs talk 19-10; 

Cameras couldn't shoot the loot (Holshouser) 22-1,5; He's treated like 
governor (Bowles) 23-1; Bowles carries lots of charm 23-5; Holshouser 
expands television campaign (dome) 24-1; Both candidates agree: voters want 
honesty 25-1; Holshouser lashes Bowles 25-11; Pettyjohn picks up campaign 
25-29; Holshouser asserts Bowles in downtrend 26-10; 



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ELECTIONS, GUBERNATORIAL (Cont.) 

Pettyjohn presents views 26-10; Pollster says Bowles leading Holshouser 
(dome) 27-1; Black leaders, Bowles meet 29-1,4; Charlotte paper (OBSERVER) 
backs Holshouser 29-1,5; Pettyjohn: no rush, costs low 29-1,6; Campaign 
'72 wrap-up: for the governorship 29-IV,l; Pollsters for Bowles, Hols- 
houser disagree (dome) 31-1; Bowles a better bet for success (ed.) N 1-4; 

Bowles stumps Hickory; Holshouser visits East N 1-6; Bowles: vote man, 
not party N 3-11; Drug education pledged (Holshouser also discusses other 
issues) N 3-11; NC assets, difficulties seen in East (Bowles) N 5-1,1; 
Gubernatorial candidates voice opinions on issues N 5-1,6; 

Journa 1 -Sent ine 1 (Winston-Salem) backs Holshouser N 5-1,26; Ervin 
scores strategy (Bowles 'go-it-alone' campaign) N li-9; Scott: Bowles hurt 
himself with criticism N 17-6; Pollster: Nick's race hurt Bowles' chances 
N 22-7; (Galif ianakis) aide raps pollster N 23-5; Bowles campaign said hurt 
by (chicken) story (dome) N 24-1; Criticizing Scott said help to Bowles (dome) 
N 27-1; 

Scott feels independent stance hurt Bowles' race; Taylor backers said 
rebuffed in aid effort (dome) N 29-1; Anderson gives strategy views N 30-18; 
ELECTIONS BOARDS 

Board (Robeson Co.) has 2 chairmen M 7-5; Elections unit (Robeson Co.) 
has 2 heads M 7-5*; Election board fuss headed for court Ap 12-5; Court sets 
hearing on board fuss (Scotland Co.) M 15-5; Reform forces win in party 
dispute (Scotland Co.) M 17-5*; Reform forces win in party dispute M 18-5; 

Elections officer dismissal requested M 18-7; Elections post filled 
(Stickley) Jl 29-7; Elections head (Columbus Co.) quits Ag 9-5; Rouse attacks 
Scott on Stickley appointment Ag 15-6; Holshouser criticizes Scott appoint- 
ment (Stickley) Ag 16-8; (Stickley) appointment should not anger Rouse (ed.) 
Ag 18-4; Stickley telegrams protests to Rouse (dome) Ag 20-1,1; 

Stickley raps Rouse anew Ag 23-6; Green named in Columbus S 6-WA-l; 
Probe asked of NC Board of Elections 10-22; Election boards breathe sigh of 
relief across state 10-32; GOP gains control of election mcahinery (dome) 
N 10-1; State board to hear Brunswick vote appeal (and others) N 29-5; 
ELECTRIC POWER 

Electric firms declare merger J 5-26; State could gain park from project 
J 7-6; Final study starts on EPIC'S feasibility J 13-53; Retail rate hikes 
boost CP&L funds J 18-13; Housewife fights Duke power billing J 19-7; Duke's 
rate hike affected F 11-1; CP&L rates rise March 1 F 18-1; 

NC power supply crisis feared M 14-1; Residents blowing fuses in Apex 
power struggle M 28-5; Summertime threatens power firms' supply Jl 16-1,8; 
CP&L rejects blackout talk Jl 17-6; Power use record hit for Duke Jl 19-13; 
Duke Power plan rejected Jl 20-9- ; CP&L's quarterly profits doubled Jl 22-7; 

Rate hike proposed by UNC (electricity) Jl 25-2; UNC acts to correct low 
power problem Jl 27-5; VEPCO requests rate increases Jl 28-25; Storms rake 
power system (Greenville) Ag 2-5; Power group (Electricities of NC) names head 
(Plaster) Ag 8-5; Hertford firm (Union Utilities Corp.) granted funds Ag 9-5; 

Rate hike (Duke Power) appealed Ag 10-5; Rural electric leaders meet 
Ag 14-5; Rural electric needs cited Ag 16-5; Rural electricity pushed Ag 17-9; 
Blackout hits east NC Ag 20-1,5; CP&L refunds are questioned S 1-1; CP&L agrees 
on interest S 2-1; 3 big power firms to seek surcharge S 12-1; 

Surcharge plan hearing predicted S 13-10; CP&L to move Raleigh office 
S 27-5; CP&L energy control unit to honor Skaale 1-1,6; Helms asserts he's 
always backed REA 5-6; Helms hits opponent's REA votes 12-39; 



52 

ELECTRIC POWER (Cont.) 

Rate hearing role requested (Duke Power) 31-5; Duke Power asks board 
to up rates N 9-22; Bikers ruin land, power firm (Duke Power) says N 16-50; 
Interim electric rate hikes upheld (NC Court of Appeals) N 23-7; Electricity- 
use rise is seen D 2-5; Duke rate bias charge unresolved in hearing D 7-5; 

Duke Power ready for hike D 10-1,5; Utilities (electric) membership 
corporations) lose (property) tax appeal D 14-8; Blackout hits big area here 
D 18-1; CP&L files request for increase in rate D 19-8; State to get power 
system (Electric Power in Carolina) D 2C-1; 

CP&L president sees 'fantasy' in co-op plan (EPIC) D 21-8; CP&L elects 
new director (Capel) D 21-45; Officials criticized on power shortages D 30-6; 
Switch on REA criticized D 31-1,5; CP&L pushes ecology plans D 31-IV,8; 
ELECTRIC POWER 
see also 
ENVIRONMENT,' PUBLIC UTILITIES 
ELIZABETH CITY STATE 

Johnson picked (as trustee) Ag 31-5; 
ELON COLLEGE 

Elon study plan shaped S 13-3; Elon College president (Danieley) quits 
19-5; Scott is eyed for Elon post 30-29; 
EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPROPRIATION 

Ex-banker (Stuart) faces embezzling count F 2-26; Bank funds case brings 
indictments M 22-5*; Two (Miles, Flowers) arrested in US tax case D 1-5*; 
EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPROPRIATION 
see also 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING,' PUBLIC OFFICIALS 
EMPLOYMENT 

Manpower development part of answer (ed.) J 11-4; Time is issue in lost 
job aid F 3-25; Total employed above last year F 24-43; Employment up, job- 
lessness down M 8-21; First-time voters facing job squeeze Ap 21-15; Nonfarm 
job rate up in NC Ap 24-5*; College grad jobs down My 4-57; 

Vets' job fair set Saturday My 19-10; Job market better, colleges here 
find My 23-36; UNC graduates find more jobs except in field of teaching Je 
8-5; NC told to spread jobs Je 23-6; Robeson faces big job loss Jl 5-5; 
Fair to help jobless vets Jl 11-5; Employment rising in Wake Jl 12-21; 

Job claim dip shown for May Jl 18-17; Marines' interview session held 
valuable in job hunt tPerot) Jl 20-5; Jobs up in NC for June Jl 22-7; 
Working force jumps in NC Jl 28-25; Job study pledged Ag 7-5; Jobs short, 
ASU (Applachian State Univ.) says S 13-7; 

Workers to stay as program ends (Emergency Employment) (Wake Co.) S 15-5; 
Nonfarm jobs higher S 21-25; Wake up in the morning and wonder what your job 
is (temporary office worker) 4-12; Relations program trains the jobless 
15-1,5; Military job fair scheduled (Ft. Bragg) 23-5; 

Bowles vows vet job-help 24-8; Non-farm employment hike shown N 21-25; 
ECU to help find jobs for servicemen D 6-30; Veterans' job fair opens options 
for civilian life (Ft. Bragg) D 7-5; Nonfarm jobs show increase D 20-31; 
EMPLOYMENT 
see also 
DISCRIMINATION; LABOR 
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION 

Allen gets ESC post S 2-30; 



53 

ENVIRONMENT 

Chicod Creek project hearings in progress J 6-5; Conservation agency 
asks evaluation plan J 6-5; 2 farmers cite losses at Chicod J 7-5; Former 
biologist hits US channelization J 13-53; Candidates give views to state's 
conservationists J 23-11; NFO says Chicod project needed J 24-15; 

Complaint against CP&L dismissed F 4-11; Suit against developers dis- 
missed (New Bern) F 5-5*; US to post regulations on vehicle use in refuge 
F 16-5"'; Court bids restoration of marshes F 22-5*; Protests mount as 
bulldozers close in on Jockey Ridge area F 26-5; 

Unit forms to preserve bluff's site F 27-5; Corps comes to Island's 
(Bird Shoal) rescue M 1-5; Blasted inlet (Drum) is filling up M 10-5; Judge 
extends Chicod delay M 18-5; CP&L, drainage canals harmless M 20-5; Cut 
likely for Beaucatcher M 21-19; Grader damages park land M 21-26; 

Everyone lost Asheville dispute (ed.) M 22-4; Dismal outlook offered 
with swamp drainage M 22-5; Developer held responsible for damage in Hickory 
Hills M 22-32; Verbal support offered friends of Jockey Ridge M 28-5*; 
Beautif ication plan proposed in county M 29-5; New Inlet (Drum Inlet) termed 
limited success M 29-5*; Lower Chicod bond asked M 31-5*; 

Legislator littering in protest Ap 1-1; Ecologists slate meet on cleanup 
Ap 2-1,5; The Greening of Chicod Creek Ap 2-IV,3; Environmental debate fuels 
itself (ed.) Ap 3-4; Trash dumping draws some ire Ap 3-5; Anti-litter senator 
pays Ap 8-5; Johnson's check tossed around jost like trash Ap 13-5; 

"Pioneers' find Chatham Ap 14-1; Landfills smashing success Ap 15-5; 
Some fishery damages listed in Chicod report Ap 19-5*; Landfill problem 
mounting Ap 21-5; 'Earth Week' is underground, but keeps digging in Ap 22-5; 
Landfills termed most practical Ap 26-5; 

Chicod plan opponents claimed not injured Ap 28-5; Students to present 
Currituck Banks plan Ap 28-5; Dunes left alone in idea for housing at Curri- 
tuck Ap 29-5; Chicod dispute delayed again My 2-5*; Currituck Banks delay 
is ordered My 5-5*; Dredging halted on Mattamuskeet Canal My 5-5*; 

Coastal estaurine state value cited My 17-5*; 'Think trash' plan offered 
for landfills My 17-28; $100 million for environment (CP&L) My 18-5; Highway 
group rules on Beaucatcher cut My 18-14; Hearing shapes up on stream grading 
My 19-29; Fishermen back tire-made reefs My 22-10; 

Wide environmental survey planned for 700 Tar Heels My 25-5; Marsh title 
news due My 26-5*; Conservationists across US protest SCS channelization My 
28-5; Feds move into another vacuum (ed.) Je 1-4; A glance at Conetoe Creek 
after channelization Je 10-5; Inlet projects supported Je 13-5*; 

Walnut Creek plan hit Je 15-5; Dredging tabled to protect marsh Je 16-5*; 
Proposed ecology bills studied by state panel Je 16-6; Sedimentation control 
legislation is urged Je 20-5; Hemlock Bluffs area object of fund drive Je 24-5; 
Chapel Hill faces landfill dilemma Je 27-5; 

Citizens group lauds environment studies Jl 4-5; Holden Beach has 1st 
city environment law Jl 13-5; Snagging team clears state streams for fishing 
Jl 13-5; Zoning hearing set on landfill Jl 14-5; Goldsboro flood study 
completed Jl 14-27; Glass project may shatter Jl 15-5; Sound development 
at Holden Beach (ed.) Jl 16-IV,4; Landfill project boosted Jl 18-5; 



54 

ENVIRONMENT (Cont . ) 

Outer Banks' nature curbs discouraged Jl 19-6; Chicod foes' bond ordered 
Jl 22-5; Civic group help asked on Crabtree Creek plan Jl 22-28; Satellite 
photos set for NCSU Jl 28-10; Chicod foes appeal again Jl 29-5*; Landfill 
hearings Thursday despite postponement plea (Chapel Hill) Ag 2-5; 

Dredging permit is given (Lake Landing Canal) Ag 3-5; Chicod order ended 
Ag 4-1; Opponents rap landfill site (Chapel Hill) Ag 4-5; Beltline may cause 
soil loss Ag 8-1; CEQ (Council of Environmental Quality) Praises NC rulings 
Ag 8-5; Ecologists appealing Chicod channelization Ag 10-5; 

4 Charlotte women sue against grant Ag 10-6; •> Emerald Isle seeks erosion 
aid Ag 11-5; Chicod hearing slated Ag 12-5; Jaycees to sponsor conference 
Ag 12-28; Chicod channelization dispute rages on Ag 13-1,6; Koger project 
gets go-ahead Ag 17-11; Soil service halts survey project (Smithfield) Ag 18-5; 

Acid dump (American Cyanamid) held off for study Ag 19-5*; Ocean takes 
its toll on beach developers Ag 20-1,5; Land clearing (Duplin Co.) laid to 
Sutton Ag 22-5; Regional landfill site vetoed by planning Ag 23-5; Orange 
commissioners approve landfill location Ag 24-5; 

Public hearing is slated on Holden development Ag 24-5*; Finklea to 
direct (National Environmental Research Center) Ag 25-5; Hearing slated 
(Chicod Creek) Ag 29-22; Letters sent on Wake Unit (Wake Environment to 
planning board) Ag 29-23; 

Chapel Hill garbage service likely to end on Tuesday (landfill contro- 
versy) S 1-5; Foes of Chicod continue fight S 1-5; Biologist (Powers): 
Chowan can be saved S 2-1; Bills aim at sedimentation, animal waste S 2-5; 
Bill would regulate use of coastal land S 3-1,5; 

Oak tree is saved (Chapel Hill) S 3-1,5; Holden Beach development 
fought S 6-5; Trucks rolling to old landfill (Chapel Hill) S 6-5; Panel 
to push environmental bill of rights' S 7-46; Landfill site (Chapel Hill) 
is reevaluated S 8-5; Chicod project in court again S 8-14; 

Erosion control plan supported S 9-8; Clark Avenue study ordered S 9-30; 
The eyes and the ears are getting more vocal S 10-IV,3; City council considers 
sharing new landfill (Raleigh) S 12-32; Canal permit denial likely S 13-7; 
Hearing on Chicod has another step S 15-5*; Holden Beach approves dredging 
moratorium S 15-5*; Dune project halted S 16-5; 

Villas project moves ahead (Nags Head) S 18-7; Landfill block sought 
(Chapel Hill) S 19-5; Eno equipment vandalism halted S 21-5; Land use 
bill's NC benefits cited S 21-6; Landfill block attempt fails (Chapel Hill) 
S 22-5; Tar River threat said ignored (Chicod Creek) S 22-5; Ecology failure 
cited on 1-40 S 22-6; City may pick private firm to review Clark Ave. project 
S 26-32; Testimony criticizes Chapel Hill's landfill S 28-5; 

Manager: closing Chapel Hill landfill a hazard to health S 29-5; Landfill 
halt declined S 30-5; NCSU officials fight plans to flood forest for dam S 30-5; 
City delays choosing firm (Clark Ave. study) S 30-8; SCS defends channelization 
2-21; Environmentalists ask Chicod dredging halt 4-26; 

Judge halts Chicod project except for opening bids 5-5; (Flat River) 
reservoir would destroy NCSU forest research 8-1,5; (Trash) collection is 
resumed (Chapel Hill) 10-5; Bid invitation offer retracted (Chicod Creek) 
12-5*; Oberlin project delayed 14-1; Cleanup aid authorities near OK 
14-5; Downtown plan warning issued 17-5; 



55 

ENVIRONMENT (Cont . ) 

Proposed reservoir opposed (NCSU senate) 17-12; Oberlin plan is 
attacked 18-44; Phosphate ban disputed 19-48; Environmental amendment 
on Nov. 7 ballot 20-6; Crabtree floodway no place for store (ed.) 26-4; 
Medoc area faces threat 26-5; Ecology unit (Environmental Protection 
Agency) shifts perilous operations N 2-1; 

Local impact studies urged (Bradshaw) N 2-5; Durham ok ' s (Flat River) 
reservior plan N 3-5; Cities can limit impact problems (ed.) N 5-IV,4; 
Sewer line plan protested N 6-46; City council postpones decision on drug- 
store (Crabtree) N 7-34; Resource project (New River Valley) ok'd N 13-25; 

Study urges statewide land use planning N 14-5; Panel ok ' s soil 
erosion ordinance N 14-7; Council to consider flood plain proposal N 14-23; 
French Broad dams canceled by TVA N 15-36; Stubborn mountain man (Brittain) 
balks TVA impoundment N 16-8; 

Bikers ruin land, power firm (Duke) says N 16-50; Developers anxious 
about flood, zoning ordinances N 16-62; Proposed drugstore, law might con- 
flict N 20-42; Flood plain planning ideas appealing (ed.) N 21-4; Council 
ok's Crabtree drugstore N 21-34; 

Environmental zoning bill aims to save NC coastline N 22-5; Council 
ok on drug store 'distresses' Raleigh mayor N 22-32; Crabtree: vote against 
flood control (ed.) N 23-4; Halt asked on stream channeling N 24-5; City 
flood plan creates dispute; '100-year flood' said threatening Crabtree N 24-44; 

Political attention growing on creek channelization N 25-5; Suit to ask 
Treasure Cove halt N 25-5; Suits trail Treasure Cove developer N 28-5; Group 
(Wake Environment) asks halt to road projects N 28-34; Reservoirs would flood 
130,000 acres near here N 29-5; 

Time to slow down on dam building (ed.) N 30-4; Sanford mulls offer of 
out-of-town trash D 1-5; A new dawn for yawning pits? (waste disposal) D 2-5; 
Development threatens (Lake Johnson) reservoir D 6-5; Graham: spare farmer 
more ecological laws D 10-1,2; State urged to buy Masonboro Island (Conserva- 
tion Council of NC) D 11-5; 

Waste product (shredded hardwood bark) found useful on roadside (erosion 
control) D 11-23; Park plan draws concern (Lake Johnson) D 11-36; Roads 
commission filling ditch in Brunswick dunes D 12-5; Planners ok shore buildings 
(Lake Johnson) D 12-40; Apartments near Lake (Johnson) opposed D 13-5; Nags 
Head revokes permit for condominium project D 15-5; 

Water control planning (for Wake Co.) urged D 15-5; Airport landfill 
denied (Wilmington) D 19-5; Erosion controls debated (Raleigh) D 19-42; 
(Public) housing projects create concern for (Raleigh) reservoirs D 20-6; 
Federal judge drops Treasure Cove lawsuit D 20-34; 

Officials cite panel's delay on Beltline impact study D 21-58; Road- 
work (Raleigh Beltline) said threat to Lake (Johnson) D 23-34; Erosion control 
faces (Raleigh) council D 25-64; CP&L pushes ecology plans D 31-IV,8; 
ENVIRONMENT 
see also 
AIR POLLUTION; CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING; HIGHWAYS; NATURAL 

AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES; NEUSE RESERVOIR; NEW HOPE RESERVOIR; PESTICIDES 

AND PESTS ; POLLUTION; WATER AND AIR RESOURCES; WATER POLLUTION 



56 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Church considers contract clergy J 29-10; Episcopal meet held, home 
aided J 30-5; Priest (Waller) says ousting is deep hurt F 12-8; Episco- 
palians embroiled in dispute over changes for prayer book F 27-IV,7; 
EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT 

What will Equal Rights Amendment do to NC law books? S 10-111,8; 
ERVIN, SAM 

Ervin calls for spy legislation J 13-14; Information hearings welcomed 
(ed.) J 26-4; Information hearings welcomed (ed . ) J 26-4; Senate defeats 
Ervin's job-bias F 1-1; Ervin proposes agreements legislation Ap 13-30; 
Ervin pressures Nixon on ITT Ap 15-1; 

Ervin resumes opposition to Cage merger My 4-51; Sen. Sam Ervin calls 
for end of 'slavery' (in athletics) Ag 10-38; Army snoop said extensive Ag 
30-1; Slogans and expediency won't accomplish real 'law and order' (article 
by Ervin) S 10-IV,3; Ervin stands to lose if Senate power shifts (dome) 

14-1; Ervin not told about Helms ad 31-6; 

Ervin calls on Nixon to answer (charges on sabotage, spying) N 2-9; 
Ervin (Nader) 'profile' is mixed N 14-7; Ervin hits US on pressmen D 27-5; 
ERWIN 

Erwin receives award (Governor's) Jl 27-5; Identifying town of Erwin 
S 22-5; Erwin to roll the denim out S 28-5; 
ETHICS CODE 

Bowles urges ethics group Ap 11-7; Code is significant issue (ed.) 
Ap 14-4; Bowles proposes state ethics code S 13-8; Bowles picks aide on 
ethics 16-6; Hunt proposes ethics law N 1-6; 
ETHICS CODE 
see also 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS 
EVICTIONS 

Being sorry doesn't help Sanford potter A. R. Cole J 21-1; Potter 
apparently going to move away J 28-22; Sanford potter will abandon highway 

1 site J 29-5; Widow and home are one M 25-28; Raleigh woman (Gillis) 
evicted; possessions cover lawn D 20-44; Family out in the cold gets aid, new 
shelter D 21-58; Process of eviction unpleasant, simple D 22-40; 

EXECUTIVE MANSION 

'Unthinkable, foolish" to replace our proud old Governor's Mansion J 16- 
IV, 3; Architect firm named to plan new mansion for state's governors Jl 8-28; 
Mansion decision needs review (ed.) Jl 19-4; 2 governor nominees against new 
mansion Jl 25-1; Mansion renovation study a good idea (ed.) Jl 27-4; 

3 first ladies: renovate mansion Jl 28-7; Rep. Johnson supports mansion's 
renovation Jl 30-1,6; Addition to mansion alternative proposed Ag 3-48; Mansion 
addition talk is premature (ed.) Ag 4-4; Scott: new governor's home needed 
Ag 6-1,5; Join the mansion bombardment! Ag 6-V,7; 

She's (Pearce) mansion's hostess with mostest Ag 13-IV,3; Restless ghost 
raps new bed Ag 17-5; It's like 'living over the store' says NC ' s First Lady 
S 24-111,1; 
EXTORTION AND BLACKMAIL 

Extortion charge filed (Padgett) My 27-5; 
EXTORTION AND BLACKMAIL 
see also 
KIDNAPPING 
EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION 
see 
PSYCHIC PHENOMENA 



57 

FHA 

Helping pump new life into rural NC (Johnson) Jl 30-IV,3; 
FAIRS 

Aid in building sewer line asked (State Fairgrounds) Ag 1-25; How to 
win a blue ribbon at NC State Fair S 12-12; A race for space at the NC state 
fair 8-V,12; State Fair, special section 11; Popcorn and paint await 
fair visitors; Strates staffer dies here at 61 13-48; 

State fair opens for nine-day stand 14-1; A fair day for business 
15-1,5; Thousands at gate as fair opens; fair crowds draw political groups 
(dome) 16-1; Fairgoers taste of medicine 17-1; 'This-a-way' for 8 
years (State Fair) 19-5; Fair ends in road tie-up 22-1,1; Throngs at 
State Fair break crowd records 23-5; 
FALLS OF THE NEUSE RESERVOIR 
see 
NEUSE RESERVOIR 
FARM BUREAU 

Farm Bureau building dedicated My 1-34; Farmers: don't evict us N 22-5; 
Farm Bureau 'partisan,' he charges D 1-39; 
FARMVILLE 

Celebrates centennial Ap 6-5*; Farmville celebrates Ap 9-5; 
FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIV 

Ventures grow at FSU S 13-3; 
FEDERAL GRANTS 
see 
GRANTS 
FERRIES 

Gov Scott speaks at ferry dedication Ap 23-5*; Island ferry (Cedar 
Island to Ocracoke) breaks down Ag 19-5*; Forget Cedar Island ferry Ag 23-5; 
Island ferries running again Ag 27-1,5* ; Ferry schedule S 17-V,9; 
FIDDLERS' CONVENTION, OLD TIME 
see 
OLD TIME FIDDLERS' CONVENTION 
FIREARMS 

Study tallies gun fatalities in NC F 3-6; Gun collectors come to swap 
Je 19-5; 
FIREMEN 

Work of firemen would be reduced (Chapel Hill) Ap 12-5; Wives listen 
for fire call S 28-25; 
FIREMEN 

see also 
FIRES 
FIRES 

Burnsville shopping area burns J 5-25; Davis Fish Co. works after fire 
J 13-7; Fort Fisher hermit loses home in blaze J 29-5; Knott Glass Co. in 
Greenville damaged F 1-5*; Five in family killed in fire (Henderson) M 12-1; 
Major fire razes furniture firm (Reese, Greenville) M 14-5*; Warehouse burns 
in Burlington M 15-5*; State terrain attracts forest fire equipment M 25-5*; 

Truck boom hit wires, jury told in damage suit Ap 7-5*; Blaze destroys 
clothing store (Greenville) Ap 10-5*; Shops burn at Shallotte Ap 12-5; 



58 

FIRES (Cont.) 

Burning forests kill one and sweep 17,000 acres Ap 18-5; Fire fighters 
are fed three hot meals daily Ap 22-5; Fire damages Carteret school Ap 28-5*; 
Man convicted in house fire Je 30-38; 3 rescued in jail fire Jl 19-5; 3 in- 
mates rescued in Pitt jail fire Jl 19-5*; 

5 in family (Jordan) die in fire in Wake County residence Ag 9-1; Light- 
ning eyed as fire cause (Jordan) Ag 10-58; Office building (Modern Oil) ruined 
by fire Ag 19-5; Fire damages Durham Life Ag 20-1,1; Landmark (Bellamy House) 
burns in Wilmington Ag 24-5; 

(McVickers) home in Raleigh damaged by fire Ag 27-1,5; Fire kills 6 
children (McAdenville) Ag 28-1; Pharmacy (Hayes-Barton) damaged by fire Ag 28-40; 
Unfinished apartment damaged by blaze Ag 31-5; Accidental fire blamed for 6 
deaths (McAdenville) S 3-1,22; 

Smoldering ruins left of Wallace warehouse S 20-5; 3 rescued from fire 
by youths (Spring Lake) S 26-5; Fire damages furniture firm in Weldon 5-5; 
Central inmate dies in blaze 12-1; Fires damage two firms (Wake Co.) N 21-5; 
Flame retardancy studied N 24-33; Warehouse in Greenville burns N 29-5; 

NC high-rise fire prevention said adequate D 2-32; Atlantic Beach fire 
levels Courie's Villa D 2-5*; Fire kills three; call unheeded (Wise Fork) 
D 6-1; N&O man (Booker) burned to death in hotel D 20-34; Propane blaze is 
extinguished (Rocky Mount) D 22-12; Wilmington heater blaze kills two D 24-1,8; 
Two Marines perish in fire D 29-5; 
FIRES 

see also 
ARSON 
FISH 

Salt water fishermen licensing proposed J 15-5; State plans to replenish 
shellfish F 12-5; NC shop surveys foreign fleet M 6-5; More foreign fishermen 
taking smaller catches M 9-5"''; Crab trawling curb asked to protect young shrimp 
M 12-5; Scallops keep Carteret busy My 18-5*; 

Hope seen for future foreign fishing pact Je 29-5; Lab worker: sort of 
fishy Jl 14-5; Tires for fish idea boosted Jl 28-5; State office proposed 
on coastal resources (commercial fishing industry) Ag 27-1,5; Shrimpboats are 
a-coming S 3-IV,l; Eno fish kill report probed 3-5; 

Eno River kill termed 'minor' 5-5; (Lobsters) may be newest NC crop 
8-V,l; Town (Hillsborough) acts to end fish kills 12-5; Newport River 
pollution endangering oyster beds N 17-5; Lobsters offer state new development 
project N 30-F-l; It was great year for state anglers D 10-11,11; 
FISH 

see also 
POLLUTION,' WATER POLLUTION 
FISHERIES ASSOC 

Colerain man re-named fisheries head J 18-17; 
FISHING 
see 
FISH 
FLAGS, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 

Cardinal good choice for state bird M 26-V,7; Tattered Japanese flag 
being sent to owner Jl 15-5; 



59 

FLAGS, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA (Cont . ) 

Local man (Ferree) gets prize for NC medal design Jl 18-28; 
FLEA MARKETS 
see 
MARKETS 
FLOODS 

Flood threatens mountain town Je 21-1; Flood-prone areas mapped Ag 1-5*; 
More materials (from NC) given victims (Wilkes-Barre , Pa.) Ag 24-5; Rejection 
of disaster bid disappointing to Governor Ag 26-5; Rain brings flooding here 
7-1; Councilman urges anti-flood action 10-32; 

Hearing set on flood plan 17-25; Floodplain planning ideas appealing 
(ed.) N 21-4; Raleigh can expect annual flood waters N 21-25; City flood 
plan creates dispute; '100-year flood' said threatening Crabtree N 24-44; 
Roanoke flood said natural D 1-40; Flooding feared in center plan D 1-52; 

NC areas plan flood rules D 3-1,5; Heavy rains bring state to brink of 
flash floods D 16-1; Chapel Hill hit by flood D 16-5; Minor damage seen as 
floodwaters drop D 17-1,5; 
FLOODS 

see also 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING; ENVIRONMENT 
FLOWERS 
see 
HORTICULTURE 
FOOD 

Nutrition office urged in report Jl 11-1; Nutrition panel didn't rock 
boats (ed.) Jl 13-4; Iannones have made over 1,000 pounds of sausage S 7-F-7; 
Her job: get the facts on flavor (Ellis) S 13-7; Jack's (Keshishiam) romance 
with cheese began with yogurt in Lebanon S 17-111,11; 

Council (on Food and Nutrition) considers who's to blame for rising food 
costs N 2-22; A beef patty is not a burger, says law N 11-1; Hand-made candy: 
a sweet rarity D 26-5; 
FOOD 

see also • 
ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMS; SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAMS; VEGETARIANS 
FOOD STAMPS 
. see 

ANT I -POVERTY PROGRAMS 
FOUNDATIONS 

New arthritis group formed in state M 11-7; Duke Endowment criticizes new 
tax Jl 30-1,5; NC State (Engineering) Foundation picks slate N 29-31; 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 

Fraud expensive for homeowners F 10-55; NC man (Judge) jailed in tax case 
F 18-27; 'Money machine* trick cost minister $11,321. F 26-5*; "Sherlock' 
swindles reported M 15-29; 2 charged in painting operation M 16-5; False 
mileage costs $1,200 Ap 8-5; 

3 state officials issue warning on deaf peddlers Ap 23-24; Five ruled 
guilty in food fraud My 12-36; ABC man faces fraud charges My 20-5; SBI 
report demanded (Warren) Jl 20-43; Raleigh actor is convicted (Clifford) Jl 21-5; 
Worker (Gay) pleads guilty in state expense case Jl 22-5; 



60 

FRAUDS AND SWINDLING (Cont . ) 

'My-sort-the-doctor ' syndrone generates fraud Jl 23-IV,5; Deliberate damage 
of autos reported Ag 5-5; Leafmen indicted by jury 12-1; Fla. lawyer indicted 
for NC mail fraud N 15-36; ABC officer (Warren) fined on expenses N 24-7; 
Flooded cars sold Jl 20-5; Money cut, not doubled (counterfeiting scheme, 
Whiteville) N 24-5; 

Fraud suit filed in Winston-Salem (Merrill Lynch, etc., vs. Sauls, etc.) 
N 30-9; Maddox aide (Collins) charged (securities case, Charlotte) D 15-39; 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 
see also 
ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMS' BRIBERY J CONSUMER PROTECTION; EMBEZZLEMENT AND 

MISAPPROPRIATION? PUBLIC WELFARE? STATE EMPLOYEES 
FROG JUMPING CONTEST 

'Splash' leaps to froggy fame Ap 30-5; 
FUNERALS 

Burial chief told to quit F 23-7; Burial commissioner wary on bid for 
his resignation F 24-6; Scott gets burial chief's resignation F 26-5; 
Opposition planned by burial unit M 19-5; Secretary named to burial post 
(Stephenson) Ap 1-16; Bid for burial brings doubt Jl 25-5; 

Burial Commissioner's job serious undertaking Jl 25-30; Displayed body 
brings protest Ag 23-14; Coffin lid finally shut on Concippio S 3-1,9; Offer 
is made to bury old body S 6-25; Old corpse's burial mulled S 22-5; Morgan 
urges burial S 23-5; Mummified body to be buried S 27-5; Concippio is finally 
buried 1-1,5; Plot thickens on rainy days (grave digging, Greenville) D 4-5; 
FURNITURE INDUSTRY 

Furniture operations consolidate 19-48; Furniture mart set to open 
20-33; 12 furniture firms forming corporation 22-IV,8; Among rows of 
shiny model rooms was one furnished in 'early attic'; furniture market mixed 
bag: modern, country, oriental 23-15; 
GOP 

see 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 
GALIFIANAKIS, NICK 

Nick proposes spending curb Ag 18-33; Nick hails busing bill Ag 19-19; 
Henderson stumps with Galifianakis Ag 22-23; 
GAMBLING 

Gambling charges placed against 7 (Raleigh) J 28-5; 17 charged in raids 
on lottery My 14-1,5; Police raid Elks Club D 9-22; 
GARAGES AND SERVICE STATIONS 

Unattended gas stations in operation M 4-5; Warrant drawn on self-service 
gas M 11-5; Self-service gas station case foiled M 25-5; Self-service station 
permit denial upheld M 30-24; Restrictions voted on service stations My 17-19; 
Boyd, Nelson clash about gas station Je 22-5; 

2 councilmen say case over on station permit Je 23-38; Unattended stations 
stir debate Je 26-5; Indiscriminate gas pump regulation (ed.) Je 27-4; Raleigh 
man drops fight on unattended station Jl 4-34; Gas station controversy not over 
yet Jl 6-50; Oil shortage cited in gas price rise Ag 26-30; Gasoline panel 
suggested 10-23; 
GASOLINE 
see 
GARAGES AND SERVICE STATIONS 



61 

GHOSTS 
see 
PSYCHIC PHENOMENA 
GOLDSBORO 

Old home (Weil) gets lease on life Ag 1-5; 
GOVERNMENT 
see 
STATE GOVERNMENT 
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND OFFICIALS 
see 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS," STATE EMPLOYEES 
GOVERNMENT GRANTS 
see 
GRANTS 
GOVERNORS 

Retirement benefits asked for ex-governors (dome) D 22-1; Public money for 
private admiration (pensions) ed. D 30-4; Inaugural traditions: Republican 
style in 1897; Holshouser: changes plain D 31-1,6; Behind the scenes of the 
(inaugural) ball D 31-111,1; 
GOVERNOR'S MANSION 
see 
EXECUTIVE MANSION 
GRAHAM, BILLY 

Graham preaches with eye to TV Ap 9-20; (Evangelical research and historical 
center) would honor evangelist D 21-9; Nixon, Graham most admired (Gallup Poll) 
D 28-1; Graham crusade here to highlight KEY 73 D 31-1,7; 
GRANTS 

Greenville gets $456,000 grant M 30-5* ; Wake Health Services gets $390,000 
grant Jl 20-52; Enforcement of Law grants given Jl 30-1,5; 22 science grants 
set (NC Board of Science and Technology) Ag 8-5; Harnett learns of lab grant 
Ag 8-23; 

GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH 
see 
ORTHODOX CHURCHES 
GREENVILLE 

False alarm means jail for woman (Jones) F 3-5*; Police watch school after 
disturbance M 15-5*; Greenville gets $456,000 grant M 30-5*; Robber sought 
(Ormond Wholesale) Ap 3-5*; Protest group is sentenced Ap 6-5*; Blaze destroys 
clothing store (Shrunken Head) Ap 10-5*; 

Three students charged with teacher attack (Rose High) Ap 20-5*; Fights 
disrupt Rose High Ap 21-5*; Rose High calm under watch of policemen Ap 25-5*; 
Youth (Hassell) drowns in sand pit My 8-23; Derailed cars stay on trestle above 
busy Greenville traffic Je 2-5*; Storms rake power system Ag 2-5; 

City manager (Hagerty) quits post Ag 11-5; Fire officials close Tik;'. Club 
Ag 11-5; Council votes referendum (swimming pools) Ag 12-17; Greenville to 
vote on pools Ag 17-5; 8 charged on drugs Ag 19-5*; Greenville physician 
(Best) is honored Ag 21-29; Inmate (Haddock) found hanged Ag 29-22; 

Helmets a help in plane crash 19-5; NC man (Stokes) in shooting 26-5; 
Warehouse (Growers) in Greenville burns N 29-5; (Disorderly) conduct law 
sections ruled unconstitutional (Summerell case) N 16-26; 



62 

GREENVILLE (Cont . ) 

Two (Miles, Flowers) arrested in US tax case D 1-5*; Plot thickens on rainy 
days (grave digging) D 4-5; Headstones stand fast in Pitt shopping center D 5-1; 
Shooting sparks strife (James) D 7-5; SBI is investigating death in Greenville 
D 8-1; Tension still high in Greenville area D 9-5; 

Rights suit is filed in Greenville slaying (James) D 14-5*; Blacks plan 
march D 16-20; Blacks march in Greenville D 18-30; (Cannon) family to have 
hospital holiday D 23-5; 11 cars derail in Greenville D 30-5; 
GREENVILLE CITY COUNCIL 

Indignity charge (Holmes arrested at meeting for calling police "pigs") 
Ag 12-17; 
GREENVILLE INDUSTRY 

Firm (Greenville Stock Yards) owners charged 1-1,5; 
GREENVILLE POLICE DEPT 

His (Ross) assignment: clean up junk Jl 9-1,5; Police force has one bug 
(Volkswagen) N 27-5; 
GUNS 

see 
FIREARMS 
HALIFAX 

Rain fails to dampen Halifax fete Ap 13-5*; Halifax insists it moved 
first Ap 19-5; 
HAMLET 

Hamlet votes for new government Ag 7-5; 
HANDICAPPED 

Reading and writing haunt some children M 26-4; Parking rights of disabled 
upheld M 26-7; Pre-school center dedicated Ap 30-1,5; L-o-v-e is school's 
special alphabet Ap 30-111,10; Funds are voted for handicapped My 2-5; Children 
at Murdoch think new classmate is a doll My 5-17; 

Students in Barnes clinic speak with new voices My 10-10; A boost for kids 
with learning problems from NCSU My 21-IV,3; Vocational center gets new quarters 
My 22-5; 'You never accept, but you never give up' Je 25-IV,3; Handicapped group 
sorts out May locks Ag 27-IV,8; 

Elimination of barriers requested (by Governor's Study Commission) S 2-5; 
Handicapped demonstrate against building obstacles S 13-56; (Sheltered) workshop 
building to open S 24-1,5; Center (sheltered workshop) helps handicapped in 
gaining independence S 25-36; Painter (Smith) honored S 26-12; 

Disabled children get aid (First Chance) 8-1,5; Her business is special 
clothes for special people (Haider) 18-15; Schools said ignoring laws for 
handicapped N 17-1; Handicap aid may shrink (NC Division of Vocational Rehabili- 
tation) N 24-6; Armless man's world lived in own terms (Morris) N 26-IV,3; 

Handicapped learning to ride N 26-IV,3; Christmas party held for victims 
of MS D 4-5; Byways of the news (Aretakis, MS victim) D 9-34; 
HANDICAPPED 
see also 
BLIND', DEAF; MENTAL RETARDATION 
HANDICRAFTS 

Artsy-craftsy Carolina Ap 30-V,l; Older crafts have an edge Jl 19-5; 
Craft festival set (Burnsville) Jl 30-V,3; 'Something' was here (music, crafts 
fair) Ag 28-40; Patches of free time and patience make a quilt S 20-13; 



63 

HANDICRAFTS (Cont.) 

Flowers get new lease on life 5-33; Toying around in the mountains; a 
'gee-haw' what?--a folk toy glossary 22-V,l; Craftsmen are trying to educate 
public 22-V,7; Glass artist Horton turns bottles into windchimes and moving 
sculptures 30-15; She (Sillery) runs a whimsical zoo (stuffed animals) N 6-21; 

Gourds light up her Yule tree (Troutman) N 13-14; Her time is tied up in 
macrame knots (Holcomb) N 20-13; Her hobby (jewelry-making) became a family 
pursuit (Russell) D 7-33; Building model ships isn't all (MacCormack) D 8-5; 
Dean Adams has (God's) 'eyes' all over town D 10-111,14; 
HARNETT CO 

A century in Harnett brings food and folks Ap 17-5; Harnett learns of 
lab grant Ag 8-23; 
HEADSTART 
see 
ANT I -POVERTY PROGRAMS 
HEALTH 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
HELMS, JESSE 

Viewers get clear picture 11-5; VA busing warning given (Helms) 11-6; 
Recent, earlier Helms views differ 29-1,1; No 'yes man, ' Helms says N 18-10; 
Helms picks La Grange man (Herring) as administrative aide (dome) N 22-1; Helms 
said 'not part of American scene' N 22-8; Helms will leave WRAL post at the 
year's end; he'll put stocks in trust only if conflict arises (dome) D 29-1; 
HENDERSON 

Redevelopment plan initiated Je 27-5; 
HIGHLAND GAMES 

25,000 expected at games Jl 7-7; 
HIGHWAY COMM 

Highway unit slow to make changes F 23-1; Road funds, solid accounting 
due (ed.) F 24-4; 2 members (Oglesby, Dodson) appointed by Scott Je 29-5; 
Educator gets trapped in red tape Je 30-8; Road meeting abuse claimed Jl 12-5; 
Duplin drain battle goes on Jl 13-13; Drainage matter said closed Jl 15-14; 

Road board law briefing advised Jl 19-10; Roads agenda spot sought Jl 21-11; 
Roads commissioner Phillips resigns post Jl 27-8; Post is filled on roads panel 
(Sandlin) Jl 28-10; Principal denied spot at highway unit meet (dome) Jl 31-1; 
Panel hears Va . man's (Sutton) complaints Ag 4-7; 

Faircloth shows pettiness, arrogance (ed.) Ag 6-IV,4; Educator (Sutton) 
gets Scott apology Ag 10-1; Faircloth to resign in January Ag 15-8; Highway 
chairmanship for Benson still in doubt (dome) Ag 30-1; Curb foreseen on road 
chief S 9-5; Road firms entertained road agency (ed . ) S 10-IV,4; 

Reins too loose on road money (ed.) S 12-4; Poor stewardship with public 
funds (ed.) S 15-4; Candidate (Purrington) calls for revisions S 20-30; Slush 
fund attacked (Bowles) S 21-25; Audit being prepared on highway agency (dome) 
S 23-1; NC auditor raps roads body--again 10-1; 

Bridges' persistence, zeal paying off (ed.) 11-4; Duplin project seems 
wasteful (ed.) 15-IV,4; Holshouser aims at highway panel 31-8; Up until 
now he's mastered 'fine art of survival' (Willoughby) N 12-IV,3; Scott: road 
body 'resistant' D 2-6; Mills: eliminate road head's salary D 6-8; 



64 

HIGHWAY COMM (Cont . ) 

Roads body holds closed meet; bridge bid mistake cited D 8-8; Faircloth 
home area roads got $6 million D 23-1; Roads panel change urged (Senate Demo- 
crats) D 28-1; 
HIGHWAY PATROL 

Trooper wounds man in scuffle J 16-4; Time donated says NC Trooper head 
F 17-8; Highway Patrol changing styles M 30-13; Chapel Hill talks of money, 
chase Ap 18-5; Trooper shot here in arrest My 29-1; Garner man (Ruffin) 
killed by trooper (Tew) S 10-1,5; Death said self-defense (Tew) S 12-5; 

DMV (Dept. of Motor Vehicles) promotes 7 highway officers S 15-9-B; 
Trooper (Wright) slain; 3 men hunted (Roxboro) S 28-1; FBI, state officers 
hunt highway patrolman's killer S 29-5; 3 Durham men held in killing of 
patrolman S 30-1; Reward led to arrests (Wright case) 1-1,5; 

Patrol strength increase noted 7-18; Slain trooper fund started 
(Roxboro) 9-5; Wynne offers plan to halt trooper killing 10-6; Three 
Durham men face trial in trooper (Wright) slaying 27-5; Rookie highway 
patrolman (Walton) slain in Robeson County D 3-1,1; 

Patrolman (East) injured critically D 14-5; Trooper (East) said hurt in 
pursuit D 15-5; Arrest made in shooting (of officer) D 19-5; Patrolman East 
dies of injuries D 22-13; Pittsboro wreck kills patrolman (Meeks) D 27-25; 
HIGHWAY PATROL 
see also 
SOUTHERN GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 

Acquittal ends case involving magistrate (Armour) J 26-19; Taxi permit 
said illegally renewed F 26-28; Highway camera dome developed F 27-6; Boyd 
going to court in taxi permit case M 7-26; Council rescinds controversial 
action (taxicab driver's permit) M 10-38; NC uses big supply of breath test 
kits M 23-62; Not an imaginary case M 30-5; 

Driver arrested twice in 5 minutes M 30-24; Youth swerved his car, may 
have caused death Ap 12-5*; Cyclist loses leg in chase Ap 15-5; Ridge traffic 
investigated Ap 20-5; Multiple charges filed on youths Je 6-8; NC drivers get 
warning Je 20-5; New drivers to get help Je 23-7; 

NC studies road deaths Jl 4-12; NC point plan 'upside down' Jl 16-1,6; 
'Speedy" excuses run by Ag 7-38; Pair (Massey, Black) arrested; racing charged 
Ag 14-5; Akers wins safety award (NC Motor Carriers) Ag 21-5*; Club (NC 
State Motor) head (Watkins): force seat belt use Ag 31-7; 



Law against foolishness is wrong (ed . ) S 1-4 



to fight drunken driving 2-5; Computer to run stoplights in city 6-44; 



Public works proposes traffic control law 10-32 



Breathalyzer training held 



Traffic light strobe tested 



20-44; Seat belt convincer gives fairgoers jolting lesson 22-1,5; 

Hazardous crossing getting a solution N 16-5; Traffic safety methods 
urged for 2-wheelers N 20-5; Watch your step at the corners (dangerous inter- 
sections) N 24-5; Changes sought in alcohol test D 16-6; Road law changes to 
be sought D 24-1,11; Law's 'abuses' conceded (limited driving privileges to 
drunk drivers) D 30-5; 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 
see also 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS: TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY SAFETY 



65 

HIGHWAYS 

Beaucatcher fuss remains M 16-21; Swain still resists roads compromise 
Ap 2-13; Beltline gets green light Ap 7-1; Currituck bank road alive Je 2-5; 
Speed up urged on Parkway Jl 21-7; Court says study 1-95 location Jl 26-5*; 
Bids total $26 million Jl 26-8; No stir caused by 1-95 ruling Jl 27-5; 

1-26 section could open on Thursday Ag 2-29; Panel ok ' s study of I -40 
link to coast Ag 4-1; Beltline may cause soil loss Ag 8-1; Wilmington gets 
second victory in road study Ag 8-6; Beltline link work expected in six 
months Ag 10-1; Harkers Island pavement crumbling gets grumbling Ag 11-5; 

Golf underpass built without panel OK Ag 31-1; Road project (golf under- 
pass) draws fire Ag 31-8; Benson defends golf underpass S 1-8; Scott delays 
project at Pine Needles Club S 1-8; Public funds for a private tunnel (ed.) 
S 2-4; Scott okays golf tunnel, calling it poorly handled S 2-5; 

Slush fund spending (golf underpasses) questionable (ed.) S 5-4; Nick 
recommends suit on (federal) highway fund cut S 5-30; Highway fund suit 
pondered (against U.S. government) S 6-25; Commissioner (Dawkins) abstains on 
underpass vote (dome) S 8-1; Golf underpass ok'd (Zebulon) S 8-1; 

Uniting states urged on (federal) highway fund cut (dome) S 8-1; NC 54 
bids are rejected S 8-6; Alamance County gets big road fund share S 9-1; Highway 
bids released S 10-1,6; Governor mum on road order (Alamance Co.) S 11-5; Ala- 
mance roads said behind S 13-1; Airport paving order explained as 'mistake' S 14-1 

City gets Powell bill funds S 15-9-B; Bowles highway pledge appealing 
S 24-IV,4; Henderson blasts (federal) road fund freeze S 26-5; Firm (A-T-0) may 
drop grader bids 2-1; Hunt likes road phase of policy 11-14; Costly road 
bid planned (Chinquapin) 13-1; Scott's Alamance roads defended (Ralph Scott) 
28-19; State rejects NC 54 bids N 3-12; 

Roads Board, Bradshaw OK street plan review N 3-46; Bowles: 1*11 be 
fair on roads allocations N 4-7; (Alamance) roads said a good turn N 10-5; 
Grass is greener along highways N 24-5; Group (Wake Environment) asks halt to 
road projects N 28-34; 

Holshouser disclosed trip to meet contractors; flight to Florida paid out 
of campaign funds (dome) N 30-1; Order refused by Faircloth (bypass around 
Chinquapin) D 2-1; NC Equipment Co. keeps big contract (state roadgrader 
contract) D 3-1,7; Road plan involves Faircloth land D7-1; (Raleigh) Beltline 
link is held up (by criticism from Dept . of Interior) D 18-1; 

Beltline delay rapped D 19-42; Officials cite panel's delay on Beltline 
impact study D 21-58; Faircloth home area roads got $6 million D 23-1; Road- 
work (Raleigh Beltline) said threat to Lake (Johnson) D 23-34; (Raleigh) Belt- 
line routed on creek for economy D 28-50; 
HIGHWAYS 

see also 
ENVIRONMENT 
HILLSBOROUGH 

Extension of boundaries proposed in Hillsborough Jl 4-5; Town hall costs 
studied; road projects funded S 22-5; Hillsborough trys cautious growth 13-5; 
HIPPIES 

Soup kitchen midst affluence for Chapel Hill street people My 20-5; 



66 

HISTORIC SITES 

'HELP' sign placed on historical home J 14-7; Restored Mordecai house 
opening planned April 14 J 19-28; A mansion and its mistress succumb together 
(Vass) F 13-IV,3; Jonesboro, splinter state's capital (ed.) M 26-IV,4; 
Restoration drive set for Lane house M 30-68; 

Mordecai House alive again Ap 15-5; First Lady is star attraction at 
dedication of Stanly House Ap 20-21; Historic building set for moving Jl 
14-5; Seaboard building's final fate uncertain Ag 19-7; (American Revolution 
Bicentennial) Commission picks sites S 14-35; 

One P. 0. (Raleigh's first) safely delivered S 29-44; Hope (Plantation) 
was more than a miracle 1-111,1; Happy birthday Bertie County (Hope Plantation) 
5-5; Value goes beyond nostalgic appeal 5-10; Dorton Arena nominated for 
historic list 11-38; Hinsdale House object of drive 18-7; 

Proposal stumbles on name (Andrew Johnson's birthplace) N 22-32; Joel 
Lane House in last stages of restoration N 26-111,13; Hertford wants old house 
(Newbold-White House) D 21-5; 
HISTORIC SITES 
see also 
BUILDINGS AND HOMES* EXECUTIVE MANSION 
HOBBY, WILBUR 

Hobby found innocent (drunk driving charge) Ag 4-5*; 
HODGES, LUTHER 

Hodges resigning RTI post J 21-23; 
HOLDING TECH 

Holding Tech under study M 29-5; Engineer unit accredits six Holding 
plans Ag 10-10; 321 graduate from Holding Ag 19-5; Holding Tech more crowded 
S 13-11; 
HOLIDAYS 

Eastern Carolina July 4th celebrations to unfurl Jl 1-5; 
HOLIDAYS 

see also 
names of individual days 
HOLLER IN' CONTEST 

Spivey yells for attention Je 17-5; 'Hollerin' 0. B. (Jackson) wins Je 18-5; 
H0LSH0USER, JIM 

NC ' s governor-elect is a Boone 'good liver' D 17-1,1; Family, friends 
pleased to call him mountain boy D 17-1,8; 
HOME BUILDERS ASSOC. 

Firms capture awards Jl 16-1,5; 
HOMES 
see 
BUILDINGS AND HOMES 
HORSE SHOWS 
see 
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP HORSE SHOW 
HORTICULTURE 

Turn on spring bulbs to brighten up winter N 19-V,1; Interest seeded hobby 
grew into a blooming business (Blankford's poinsettias) D 17-111,3; Flowers are 
a million dollar business (Hyman Yount Greenhouses, Asheville) D 18-29; 



67 

HOSPITALS 

Five flee lockup at Dix hospital J 3-5; Bowles asks release of SBI 
report (mental institutions) J 5-25; Cherry Hospital head to resign J 10-5; 
Medical group approves new rules J 29-6; Scott demands two resign at Cherry 
F 8-1; Hospital run quietly, poorly (ed.) F 9-4; 

Four are suspended at Cherry Hospital F 11-1; Cherry report asked F 12-1; 
Fired Cherry official says he's scapegoat F 15-1; Scott, Hargrove disagree on 
why Culbreth fired F 17-1; Few programs, isolation keeping MDs from Cherry 
F 17-21; Hospital facts still not shared (ed.) F 18-4; 

Warrants issued against 2 Cherry officials, patient F 19-5; Morgan says 
SBI found hospitals doing good job F 20-5; New hospitals, E.aleigh boon or bane? 
F 21-34; Librarian suspended F 23-5*; Hearing held on Mary Elizabeth Hospital 
F 23-32; More charges foreseen in Cherry probe M 1-5*; 

Poor care laid to funding M 4-1; Dix forensic unit found prison-like M 5-1; 
State forensic units need reform (ed.) M 7-4; Baker favors (Cherry) report 
release M 8-5; Commission to consider sanitarium (Rocky Mount) M 8-5; Admini- 
strator named at Cherry M 11-5; No misconduct seen by medical society M 13-5; 

Drab center is brighter because some care M 23-5; Unethical practices 
cited in SBI probe of Cherry M 24-1; Mental health report (Cherry) is 
reassuring (ed.) M 26-IV,4; Unit system marks a trend in mental health treat- 
ment M 27-32; VA hospital in Durham to be enlarged M 29-5; 

Four workers (Cherry) sentenced Ap 7-5; Dr. Gene Grace quitting Butner 
Ap 17-6; Work on hospital (Wake) is "weeks' away Ap 20-56; New 8-story Rex 
hospital planned Ap 27-1; Hospital approved in Rocky Mount My 6-5; 150-bed 
hospital approved My 6-34; Doctors, conduct OK at Cherry My 22-5; 

Administrators at Cherry My 31-5; Mary Elizabeth Hospital controversy 
continuing Je 13-7; Board appoints Dr. Peter superintendent at Cherry Je 22-5; 
False application said firing cause (Culbreth) Je 23-5; Hospital decision 
opposed Jl 1-5; Student manpower gives hospital (N.C. Memorial) a boost Jl 8-9; 

Dix patients under new learning program Jl 15-14; Inefficiency cited in 
NC hospitals Jl 16-1,8; Clinic's services expanded (Wake Memorial) Jl 21-11; 
New Rex facility gets phase 1 OK Jl 21-38; Child abuse is charged (O'Berry) 
Jl 25-5; Scott says he won't release O'Berry report Jl 26-5; 

Dr. Mangum stepping out as O'Berry Center Chief Jl 27-5; O'Berry probe 
handling a mistake (ed.) Jl 28-4; (Pitt Memorial) Hospital loses power as main 
switch burns Jl 28-5*; Unit asks review of hospital plan (Mary Elizabeth) Ag 4-12; 
Nursing head (Whitley) at Dix picked Ag 5-17; 

Reports release urged (O'Berry, Broughton) Ag 6-1,1; Publicized report on 
center (O'Berry) asked Ag 6-1,5; AHA appoints McMahon head Ag 8-1; Hospital 
head (Pierce) resigns post (Lenoir Memorial) Ag 10-5; Status change for hospital 
(Reynolds) is approved Ag 10-10; 

Errant reminders gather resentment (Nash General) Ag 18-1; Nurse shortage 
hobbles hospitals Ag 23-42; Mrs. Wiebe promoted at O'Berry Ag 25-5; Bowles 
praises O'Berry S 8-5; Dix to get use of old landfill S 15-36; Dix treatment 
center asked for drug users S 27-14; Volunteers lift spirits at Dix S 27-16; 
(Cherry) hospital dismissals lauded S 30-8; Two fired at O'Berry 6-44; 

Rex Hospital named in suit 11-1; Suit against (Rex) hospital hit 12-39; 
Judge says committal laws unconstitutional (mental institutions) 19-1; Suit 
filed on mental health law (commitment of patients) 20-1; 



68 

HOSPITALS (Cont.) 

2 (Wake Co. Memorial) hospital officials arrested (on drug charges) N 1-1; 
Hospital near Cary sought N 10-5; (Wake) hospitals lose expansion bid N 16-5; 
Rex trustees eye new sites N 21-34; Emergency! the way it is (emergency rooms) 
D 10-IV,1; Certificate of need on hospital units hit (NC Supreme Court case) 
D 13-5; Wake Co. hospital expansion denied D 16-32; 

New head named for 0* Berry (DeVarona) D 21-5; Charged (Wake Memorial) 
officials back on job D 23-5; Robersonville needs 4 registered nurses (to 
prevent closing of hospital) D 29-5; 
HOSPITALS 

see also 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH," MENTAL HEALTH 
HOTELS, MOTELS AND RESTAURANTS 

Man's lawsuit wins support of innkeepers M 31-8; Hotel sold to group 
Ap 23-1; Rudy's restaurant, food with music for the soul My 1-5; Blacks 
bringing hotels business My 3-27; NC ranks 11th in motor hotels Je 23-25; 
Dream folds for Lake Lure Ag 10-5; 

Hardee's expansion key: experimentation Ag 27-1,5; Flying Cloud opens 
formally at affair S 7-5; Innkeepers head picked S 20-5; 'It's 3 o'clock 
in the morning. .. (all-night restaurants) 1-V,1; Asheville Hotel (Battery 
Park) will close 17-25; 
HOUSING 

Housing outlook 'bleak' for poor F 12-26; Johnston housing inaction delayed 
M 3-5; Government use of hotel proposed M 21-5*; Group plans action on housing 
M 31-5; Southside 'relocatees' enjoying different life-style Ap 3-29; Hammers 
and saws singing tunes of Columbus boom Ap 27-5*; 

Unlivable homes blamed on Davis Jl 8-28; RCA chief raps housing head on 
Southside homes Jl 11-28; Housing units almost ready in Chapel Hill Jl 19-5; 
NCSU studies home buildup Jl 30-1,8; HUD study to delay public housing work 
Ag 4-40; Southside housing caught in red tape (ed . ) Ag 5-4; 

Southside housing unit site abandonment feared Ag 5-28; Apartment complex 
planned (Wrightsville Beach) Ag 6-IV,9; New housing site asked Ag 10-5; Put up 
a fight for housing units (ed . ) Ag 13-IV,4; Future residents view apartments 
for elderly Ag 15-13; HUD to get Southside plans Ag 18-44; 

Mobile homes support asked (Mace) Ag 23-32; City officials to take step 
toward joining HUD plan; neighborhood advisers on HUD plan discussed Ag 25-44; 
(Public) housing outlook is bleak Ag 26-30; Southside: another opinion 
Ag 27-IV,3; Save neighborhoods and prevent slums (ed.) Ag 28-4; 

HUD to review ideas on Southside housing Ag 30-8; Southside gets noise 
promise Ag 31-5; Strong case for Southside housing (ed.) S 2-4; Noise study 
waiver sought (Southside) S 2-30; Everything but the bathroom sink (ed . ) S 4-4; 
Officials see HUD on urban renewal (Southside) S 6-5; 

Housing inspection stirs anger, confusion among city residents S 7-56; Home 
inspection continues S 8-44; Meeting gives hope to Southside housing S 8-44; 
Closing costs rise less here S 10-IV,8; Housing head (Jones) slates (European) 
tour S 11-5*; HUD decision said distant (Southside) S 14-46; 

Finances okayed for the Knolls S 16-18; Mobile homes and problems here to 
stay S 17-1,1; Their (mobile) home is big, wide and wonderful S 17-1,4; Wake 
mobile housing challenge (ed . ) S 19-4; 



69 

HOUSING (Cont.) 

Neighborhood development is extended (Chapel Hill) S 19-5; Private 
housing project sought (Research Triangle Park) S 20-5; Hunt urges aid to 
house agency S 21-6; Housing study grant given (NCSU) S 23-19; Wrights- 
ville sobered by new condominiums S 24-IV,3; 

Housing (Southside) efforts halted S 26-32; Cemetery proof lacking 
(Kent Road) S 28-56; Mayor hits Boyd letter (Raleigh) 6-5; Panel explores 
need for non-profit housing (Raleigh) 6-5; Bradshaw disputes Boyd's 
complaint 7-30; Scott: decent homes necessary 8-1,6; 

Housing plans opposed (Raleigh) 13-48; Southside residents back 
housing plans 14-30; Condominiums: 'Hybrid Homes' 15-IV,1; Group 
(Free Assembly) blasts housing policy 25-38; Annual (public) housing 
halved 27-5*; Public housing approved (Southside) N 2-1; 

Housing inspection slated N 2-5; Rent controls probed N 5-1,4; Elderly 
boarder trades home for new Wilmington housing N 10-5; (Raleigh) housing 
unit criticized N 21-6; Raleigh home lending volume ahead of 1971 N 26-IV,9; 
Agencies continue to push for short form deed paper (mortgage documents) 
D 4-IV,9; Board member (Greene) is firm on housing eligibility D 14-76; 

Raleigh housing funds to drop D 14-76; (Public) housing projects create 
concern for reservoirs (Raleigh) D 20-6; Construction to begin for housing 
on Kent Road D 22-5; Residents like Glenwood D 25-64; (Raleigh) Board 
endorses tenant members; outlook said bleak on housing projects D 29-36; 
HUMAN BETTERMENT LEAGUE OF NC 

Betterment League names officers 19-5; League marks birthday N 15-5; 
HUMAN RESOURCES 

Baker takes oath as Human Resources head J 4-9; Restoration to be theme 
of human resources section J 17-28; 2 appointed to social program F 29-30; 
Group (NC Assoc, for Retarded Children) urges ouster of Dr. Lennox Baker 
S 17-1,5; Flaherty: department plans 'open' policy D 29-26; 
HUNTING 
see 
RECREATION 
HYPNOSIS 

Hypnosis Society reaches milestone S 16-5; 
ILLITERACY 

UNC Reading Center pointing way to solution of illiteracy problem Ap 16-IV,3; 
Illiterates find help from a few N 10-15; 
INAUGURAL BALL 
see 
GOVERNORS 
INCOME 

NC personal income up J 5-21; Industry wages lag in NC F 1-15; NC per 
capita income up in '70 F 9-19; NC incomes still low My 6-12; Wake 8th in 
income per capita Je 14-5; Income (NC) soared during late 60s Je 15-8; Reports 
of NC growth clash with wage status Je 25-5; 
INCOME TAX EVASION 

Eight face tax charges Ap 1-5*; Attorney faces income trial M 23-5*; Bum 
tax adviser difficult to spot M 26-1; Percy Flowers indicted on taxes 12-7; 
'Last rites' for agency (Pitt Co. Neighborhood Youth Corps) 26-5*; 2 prose- 
cuted in tax case (Murrow, Clawson) N 10-44; 



70 

INDIANS 

Are they Lumbees? J 9-IV,3; Indian leaders support Robeson group's 
cause F 11-5*; Indian delegates launch drive M 18-10; Lumbee fete draws 
crowd Jl 2-5; Haliwas themselves disagree on background Ag 4-5; ECU to 
dig for Indian village Ag 23-5* ; Tuscaroras , NC at peace S 12-5; 

Indian Museum dedication set S 17-1,5; Hearings focus on Lumbees S 26-5; 
Rights panel to concentrate on Lumbee 's condition S 27-5; Rights panel told 
Lumbees feel politically estranged S 30-5; Digging angers Indians (Cherokee) 
1-1,5; Indians say 'ugh* to Columbus Day 13-1; 

Attorney .'Tuscaroras may have own schools 15-1,5; Five appointed to 
Indian unit 21-19; Indians square off with deputies (Lumberton school 
dispute) 31-5; Indians win meeting on schools (Lumberton) N 1-5; Indians 
discuss schools with Robeson officials N 11-5; Eno will sing T <?hite guests 
to sleep N 16-4; Indians win legal backing (Civil Liberties Union) N 20-29; 
Indian says born to heal (medicine man) N 26-1,9; Modern art by Indians on 
display (St. Andrews, Laurinburg) D 3-V,6; 
INDUSTRY 

Bertie Industries gets contract M 9-5*; Laurinburg to get huge glass 
plant M 31-1; Goodrich quits Lumberton plant Ap 5-1; Goodrich workers 
worried Ap 6-5; Castle Hayne dedicates unusual chemical plant Ap 11-5*; 
Hillsborough to get firm My 4-5; New firm set at Lumberton My 20-5; 

Robeson plant reopens Jl 11-10; Manville plant set at Butner Jl 13-5; 
Plant slated for Ahoskie Jl 13-5; Star Paper Tube to build in NC Jl 14-23; 
Plant deal receives new hope (Lumberton) Jl 15-18; Butner getting new plant 
Jl 18-17; Company (Triangle Brick) to build 2nd plant Jl 21-23; 

Texas Gulf announces contractors Jl 29-3; Taylor set for Japan mission 
Jl 29-7; Extra wood uses sought Ag 2-6; New president at Glen Raven (Gant) 
Ag 3-9; Plant (Walker Manufacturing) set for Kinston Ag 8-23; Shoe firm 
(Blue Ridge) to build in Aulander Ag 10-45; 

Huttig plant construction site ready (Rocky Mount) Ag 17-52; Corn fields 
(Zebulon) get new neighbors (Omark Industries) Ag 18-5; 109-acre industrial 
park planned on US 1 north Ag 19-30; Incinerator cuts costs, minimizes air 
pollution Ag 20- IV, 9; Hunt industry without giveaways (ed.) Ag 21-4; 

Making a living in Carolina's casket basket (Edgecombe Casket Co., Pinetops) 
Ag 23-5; Higher industrial rates for water suggested Ag 25-5; Tunis plant to 
boost production Ag 31-5; Worker, pay hike planned (Converse Rubber Co., 
Lumberton) S 2-5; Fasco planning plant in Shelby S 8-31; 

Cotton Inc. gets new quarters S 9-8; Fiberform buys Edenton plant S 14-5*; 
Lenoir firm (Bernhardt Industries) reveals plans for plant S 14-35; NC firm 
(Terminal Communications) expands S 16-5; Company location praised S 16-18; 
Huyck Formex Division welcomed to Raleigh S 22-31; 

Omark plant at Zebulon is thriving S 24-IV,8; Cox urges industry tax 
credits S 26-12; Weyerhaeuser plans sawmill (New Bern) S 27-27; Big plant 
(Cutter Laboratories) set for Clayton S 29-1; Ground broken at center site 
(American Oil) S 5-47; Injured employee sues Dupont 14-8; 

Pepsi-Cola got start at New Bern pharmacy 15-IV,8; NC to get zipper 
plant (Jamesville) 20-15; Outhouses are their sideline 26-5; Plant 
(Farmers Chemical) pledges no layoff despite shutdown order 26-5; New 
Hercules facility begun (near Wilmington) 31-19; 



71 

INDUSTRY (Cont . ) 

Corning marks improved year N 8-5; Allis-Chalmers plans new unit 
(Sanford) N 18-6; Town is losing dollars, scents (Carolina Soap and Candle 
Makers, Southern Pines) N 29-5; Swansboro boat plant to serve East Coast 
D 17-IV,8; Mid-Carolinas coke expands D 20-31; Reynolds gets ok to revise 
profits D 29-24; 
INDUSTRY 

see also 
FURNITURE INDUSTRY' LABOR' RESEARCH TRIANGLE' TEXTILE INDUSTRY 
INNS 

see 
HOTELS', MOTELS AND RESTAURANTS 
INSANITY 
see 
MENTAL HEALTH 
INSURANCE 

Commissioner ponders rough campaign J 3-5; No-fault imperfect but promising 
(ed.) J 11-4; New plan offered on car insurance J 19-7; Blue Cross asks rise 
in some rates F 6-5; Car insurance plan presented to Lanier F 9-23; Educator's 
testimony key in insurance rate appeal F 27-6; 

Blue Cross rate proposal blasted F 28-5; Car liability rates to rise 7.7 
per cent Ap 8-1; NC employes health plan angers some Ap 20-19; New auto 
insurance system suggested Ap 21-37; State employes in a familiar squeeze 
(ed.) Ap 22-4; Insurance firm (Blue Cross Blue Shield) lost money again Ap 22-7; 

Coverage added for flood areas My 27-5; Auto insurance shift urged Je 10-1: 
Auto insurance law reform studied Je 18-10; No-fault, rates just one factor 
(ed.) Je 19-4; Attorneys hear no-fault debate Je 24-5; Costlier liability 
approved Je 27-1; Rate process baffling Je 29-9; 

No-fault plans heard Jl 1-3; Lines drawn on no-fault debate (ed.) Jl 3-4; 
Liability study group gets no-fault proposal Jl 8-8; No-fault gets reluctant 
champion Jl 16-1,5; Flood insurance coverage urged Jl 23-1,5; Health 
insurance rates to rise substantially Jl 26-1; 

Ingram: reorient department Jl 26-10; Insurance Company (Jefferson Pilot) 
up Ag 8-24; Rep. Broyhill pushes no-fault insurance Ag 12-5; It's so funny, but 
don't laugh (group auto insurance) Ag 12-5; 4 more no-fault plans offered to 
study unit Ag 19-7; Let's have a genuine no-fault plan (ed.) Ag 23-4; 

Firms get 2°L profit (on automobile insurance) Ag 25-14; Progress cited on 
no-fault (Ingram) S 3-1,10; Step taken toward modified no-fault bill S 6-7; No- 
fault for the public, not lawyers (ed.) S 7-4; Panel ok's no-fault limits S 9-5; 
Facts said lacking in auto rate ruling S 17-1,8; 

Insurance rate hike is sought (workmen's compensation) S 22-11; Group hikes 
no-fault limit S 23-30; Delay sought in hearing on auto liability rates S 26-5; 
Insurance rate hearing begins 4-25; No-fault rates discussed 4-25; 'No- 
fault' appeal keeps growing (ed . ) 13-4; Bowles speaks for no-fault 13-6; 

No-fault seen as big issue in assembly 13-37; Non-renewals of auto 
liability policies fall 18-10; AIP (American Independent Party) insurance 
(commissioner) hopeful vows fearless stand 23-6; Court demands more evidence 
for rate hike (auto liability) 26-47; His life insures that he keeps himself 
very busy (Hoover) 29-IV,3; No-fault said no 'panacea' (Jones) N 11-5; 



72 

INSURANCE (Cont . ) 

NC insurance guaranty program wins approval N 15-7; Ingram outlines plan 
for 'reinsurance' pool N 15-7; Clash marks (auto) rate hearing D 1-9; Risk 
plans submitted D 1-9; No-fault bill readied (legislative study commission) 
D 3-1,1; No-fault plan can be strengthened (ed.) D 5-4; 

New auto policy plan (to replace assigned risk) Ingram aim D 9-7; Insurance 
education need cited (study by Johnson, UNC-G) D 10-IV,9; Assigned risk end is 
favored (Ingram) D 12-9; Panel to urge insurance plan (to replace assigned risk) 
D 16-6; (No fault) motorcycle insurance provision is proposed D 20-7; 

Study group oks panel to set insurance rates D 20-7; Court blocks hike in 
auto insurance D 21-1; Ingram to fight proposal (to strip him of rate-making 
power) D 22-9; Laurence Lee quits as Chairman of Board, director of Occidental 
D 22-27; Rates panel concept deserves study (ed.) D 26-4; 
INTEREST RATES 

State deposit interest hiked 5-8; 
INTEREST RATES 
see also 
BANKS AND BANKING 
INVASION OF PRIVACY 
see 
PRIVACY, INVASION OF 
JACKSONVILLE 

Jacksonville lets application (for federal surplus property) D 12-5; 
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 

Talk ends Witnesses' assembly 9-11; 
JENKINS, LEO 

Gives Sanford his support F 10-5; Trade idea prizes proposed My 10-5*; 
JENKINS, LEO 
see also 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY 

Birch speaker (Rocky Mount) M 16-5; 
JOHNSON C. SMITH UNIV 

Greenfield to head Johnson C. Smith N 19-1,6; 
JOHNSTON CO 

Johnston County plans forum on urbanization D 29-5; 
JORDAN, B. EVERETT 

Colleagues honor Senator Jordan 14-8; Jordan defends European junket 
D 6-10: 
JUDGES 
see 
COURTS 
JUDICIARY 
see 
COURTS 
JURIES AND JURY DUTY 

Jury selection system upheld Ap 13-7; Wayne jurors to be excused parking 
fines Jl 21-5"'; Nine members of grand jury discharged (Cabarrus Co.) Ag 9-5; 
Higher juror pay urged 28-18; Court reverses jury bias ruling (Parker case) 
D 22-12; Peers influenced juror (Charlotte police brutality) D 30-6; 



73 

JURIES AND JURY DUTY (Cont.) 
see also 
COURTS 
JUVENILE CORRECTION 

Alternative to jailing juveniles (ed.) F 4-4; Home (Sanford) offers new 
chance for young F 11-5*; Aid system urged for problem kids F 13-4; Study 
announced by Scott on youth detention needs F 28-21; Juvenile detention study 
to start M 2-18; Youth detention study apolitical M 7-5; 

Juvenile correction changes considered M 12-21; Brawls injure 3 at youth 
center M 21-1; Youthful inmate stabbed M 23-21; From detention toward home 
Ap 17-32; Punch and peanuts and a view of improvement (Wake Juvenile Home) 
Ap 20-56; Shuttering of schools suggested Ap 29-8; 

Report urges overhaul of youth correction units My 2-1; Juvenile center 
problems documented (ed.) My 2-4; Black (Paige) gets penal post My 16-28; 
Juvenile reform precedent offered (ed.) My 30-4; Oath is given juvenile head 
Je 2-13; State's new juvenile chief (Paige): 'real key is to listen' Jl 16-IV, 
3; Poetry workshops scheduled Ag 3-9; 

Rule mixup closes home (New Hope Home for Boys) Ag 15-5; Correctional 
schools get reading grant Ag 22-7; Breaking down the stereotype at training 
schools (Holmes) S 17-IV,3; Dental program planned S 25-5; Advisory group 
criticizes youth correction reforms N 2-5; 

Randall scores groups report N 3-10; Janus House (Chapel Hill rehabilita- 
tion center) thrives D 10-1,5; Youth development plans changes for two schools 
(Leonard and Fountain) D 21-9; 
JUVENILE CORRECTION 
see also 
SAMARKAND MANOR 
JUVENILES 
see 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH 
KARATE 

One karate chop, well done D 3-V,l; 
KENANSVILLE 

Things happen in Kenansville Ag 23-5; Another note on Kenansville 5-5; 
KEY 73 

Gospel movement praised S 12-5; Graham crusade here to highlight KEY 
D 31-1,7; 
KIDNAPPING 

No cause found in Lillie case F 23-7; Man (Satterf ield) charged M 5-7; 
Defendent bound over in kidnap case (Satterf ield) M 12-5; Two given kidnapping 
sentences Ap 7-40; Faked kidnap nets $10,000 My 26-1; Man charged with girl's 
kidnapping (Mabe) Ag 16-5; Man (Robertson) held in Stokes kidnap Ag 17-5; 

Additional charges filed against man (Mitchell) Ag 19-5; Kidnap suspect 
(Robertson) charged further Ag 19-18; Man holds hostages for return of wife 
(Mount Airy) 7-18; Laborer (Lamar) sentenced in kidnapping N 1-30; Man held 
on kidnap charges (Charlotte) D 28-7; 
KINDERGARTENS 

Child centers to open in Fall Je 6-7; Holshouser stresses pre-school 4-8; 
Garrabrant backs free kindergarten 5-7; Promise made on education (Bowles) 
8-1,4; School fund hike backed by Bowles 25-11; Kindergarten plan opposed 
(Pettvjohn) N 1-6; Kindergartens for Tar Heel stockings N 26-IV,4; 



74 

KINDERGARTENS (Cont . ) 

Money main barrier for kindergartens D 6-8; Invest surplus in kindergartens 
(ed.) D 7-4; Pre-school campaign launched D 16-5; 
KITTRELL COLLEGE 

Faculty firings protested Ap 25-5; Kittrell protest continues Ap 26-5; 
Committee arranged at Kittrell Ap 28-5; Kittrell commencement canceled after 
protests My 10-5*; African festival set My 25-5; 
KNIGHTDALE 

Old KKK house will be park's community center D 26-44; 
KU KLUX KLAN 

Klan march meets black harassment J 30-5; Ku Kluxers' rights protected 
(ed.) F 16-4; Which SC Klan is the Klan? M 2-8; Weekend Klan march draws 
little interest M 20-5; KKK loses suit against station Je 2-34; Klan chief 
critical of McGovern Jl 17-5; KKK head backs Helms Jl 24-5; 

Helms seems to need a rabbit's foot (ed.) Jl 26-4; Klan's sign is back up 
(Smithfield) 12-5; Old KKK house will be park's community center (Knightdale) 
D 26-44; 
LINC 

LINC gets grant to fund study (child care) My 21-5; SBI probes LINC Ag 3-1; 
Charge (against Phillips) unrelated to probe of LINC Ag 4-5; Education panel 
(Children's 100) gets chairman (Semans) S 26-5; 
LABOR 

State labor dept. serves wide variety of vital functions Ap 17-7; Minimum 
pay rises in state Jl 1-8; Minority worker rule invoked Jl 27-7; Road work to 
include minorities Jl 27-52; Court reverses ruling in case of supervisors Ag 
4-8; NC compensation law said to need improvement Ag 6-IV,10; 

Worker, pay hike planned (Converse Rubber Co., Lumberton) S 2-5; Labor 
officials report NC underpayments S 5-5; Three-day work week set at Gastonia 
plant S 6-25; Workers like three-day week (Gastonia) S 17-1,5*; Cancelled 
contract to affect 5,000 jobs (Western Electric) 5-5; Nick acts on potential 
layoff (Western Electric) 8-1,4; Cox states position on labor questions 17-6; 

Pay hike would affect textile workers in East 19-5; Creel vows to create 
better jobs 24-25; Burlington plant (Frissell Fabrics) program treats employee 
problems 25-5; Plant (Farmers Chemical) pledges no layoff despite shut-down 
order 26-5; (National Right to Work) committee lists support (from NC congress- 
men) 29-1,4; Pregnancy ruling called 'repugnant' N 11-8; 

Pregnant women work full term N 14-11; Manpower study urges local programs 
D 29-6; NC industrial force one of poorest paid D 31-IV,8; Smooth change seen 
in labor (department); bird watcher Crane plans casual loafing D 31-IV,9; 
LABOR 

see also 
DISCRIMINATION,' WOMEN 
LABOR UNIONS 

Unions pick bargainers Jl 15-5; Textile wage push urged Jl 17-5; NC AFL-CIO 
takes 'dump Nixon' stand S 15-1; NC labor snubs Bowles S 16-1; Hobby raps Nixon 
on prices S 18-5; Hobby awaits union warning 7-19; Textile union endorses 
Preyer and Galifianakis (dome) 22-1,1; Bus driver talks to start (Raleigh) N 25-5 
LABOR UNIONS 
see also 
DUKE UN IV; TEACHERS 



75 

LAW AND ORDER 
see 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 
LAW AND ORDER COMMITTEE 
see 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 

Deputy (Slaughter) denies charges of inadequate protection F 15-5*; 
Computers helping police nab Chapel Hill violators M 25-5; Keyboard can 
speed police communication My 15-5; Wilmington sets 'ride along' plan My 
25-1; Break-in arrest was high drama My 28-1; 

Police department forms special unit Jl 7-32; Morgan asks control of 
law and order unit Ag 19-19; Slogans and expediency won't accomplish real 
'law and order' (article by Sen. Ervin) S 10-IV,3; Police fund shift urged 
S 28-8; Action stalls on priorities (Law and Order Comm. ) S 30-8; 

Auxiliary police backed (Wilmington) N 23-5; Law enforcement powers 
(arrests without warrants, simplified search procedures) proposed D 10-1,5; 
Police bill contains explosives (ed.) D 12-4; 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 

Police chief soft-pedals misconduct (ed.) J 12-4; Petition asks dismissal 
of Henderson city manager J 12-5; Police chief leaves Henderson J 13-1; Six 
police trainees please Apex chief J 17-5; Police cadet fired after exposure 
count (Raleigh) J 26-28; 

Family quarrel puts Trenton out of police department for a while J 28-22; 
Trenton still 'police-less' F 5-5* ; Chief (Twyne) says he's had 3 job offers 
F 10-5*; 2 policemen injured while raiding house F 28-5; Ex-policeman facing 
charge (Ipcock) M 11-5*; Officer indicted in bribe case M 14-5; 

Policeman not bound in shooting (Wilmington) Ap 26-5*; Police capture 2 
after gunplay My 2-5; Officer-slaying suspect dies in police shoot-out My 3-5; 
Creech calls for national police academy My 3-30; Gunfire leaves deputy 
sheriff seriously hurt My 6-24; Erwin asks police chief to resign My 9-5; 

High Point chief fires 5 policemen My 27-5; 4 arrested for assault of 
Zebulon policemen My 29-30; Police firings now total 11 at High Point My 30-5; 
High Point police get 'watchdogs' Je 2-5*; Mental patient killed by capitol 
policeman Je 8-60; No probable cause found against officer in killing Je 10-28; 

Potshooter is killed by officers Je 24-5; Police Academy graduates 34 
Je 24-26; Women behind the badge Je 28-15; Policemen exonerated in shooting 
Jl 8-17; Deputy (Crouse) arrested (manslaughter charge) Jl 19-6; Policemen 
charged again (High Point) Jl 24-5; Missionary (Shaver) retires to life as 
town's chief of police Jl 30-IV,7; 

Deputy trial scheduled in September (Sisk) Ag 2-5; Police brutality charge 
is denied (Raleigh) Ag 5-28; Deputy (Sisk) resigns (Lincolnton) Ag 5-5*; Police 
impress cited councilman Ag 5-28; Policeman: no threat Ag 6-1,5; Wounded man 
(Moore) files suit (against arresting officer, Wilmington) Ag 17-5; 

Henderson official resigns Ag 18-5; Officer (Rountree) quits unpressured 
Ag 19-5; Police requests said too late (Chapel Hill) Ag 22-5; Harassment claim 
(by CAROLINIAN editor Jones) goes unmentioned Ag 22-22; Chapel Hill's police 
get legal advisor Ag 23-5; Henderson has 5th chief quit in 7 years Ag 25-5; 
Roberson new police chief in Henderson Ag 31-5; 



76 

LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS (Cont.) 

No-knock tactics imperil policemen (ed.) S 3-IV,4; Dunn Chief quits job 
on request S 8-5; Chief says he found surprise in want ad (Southport) S 26-1; 
Chief says he found surprise in want ads (Southport) S 26-22; (Raleigh police 
officer) convicted of assault S 28-11; 

Police 'vacation' upsets manager (Southport) S 29-5*; Policeman (Dunbar) 
convicted (assault) S 29-44; Police chief shot to death (Elizabethtown) 1-1,1; 
Law officers to hold meet 2-5; Chief, 4 officers fired in Southport 4-26; 
Nominees (Bowles, Holshouser) talk to lawmen 6-34; 

Council leaflet lists requests (to legislature) 7-18; Police firings tied 
to neglect of duty (Chapel Hill) 8-1,5; Mixed requests for law enforcement (ed.) 
10-4; Hearing to air case of fired policemen (Chapel Hill) 10-5; Chase 
wrecks police cars (Charlotte) 10-23; 

Policemen's hearing adjourned by board (Chapel Hill) 11-14; Tip neglected, 
officer fired (Gastonia) 13-5; Raleigh policeman (Dunbar) cleared of assault 
19-13; Police firing: brutality cited (Chapel Hill) 22-1,5; Patrolman 
(Wilson) charges answered (Chapel Hill) 25-5; 

Arguments heard in police appeal (Chapel Hill) 28-5; Officers show 
'agressionism' 28-5; Police training, pay top fund priorities 28-5; Panel 
urges reinstatement (Chapel Hill) N 4-5; Vance sheriff not injured by bomb 
attached to car N 9-5; Lumberton fires chief of police N 11-5; 

Patrolman gives quick resignation (Chapel Hill) N 14-23; Mayor undaunted 
in firing (Lumberton) N 15-5*; 2 counties' sheriffs to resign (Cumberland and 
Sampson) N 15-11; Sheriff (Jones) named for Cumberland N 22-22; Officer's 
home hit by shots (Henderson) N 23-5; 

Raleigh's new hero: a modest policeman (Morrison) N 29-1; Fountain chief 
(Hobgood) killed (auto crash) D 2-20; Clayton policeman wounded D 3-1,18; 
Bullet wounds fatal to Clayton policeman (Lee) D 4-1; Policemen go after extra 
income D 10-1,5; Firing chief criticized in New Bern D 19-32; 

Deputy's jacket hit by 2 bullets (Leland) D 30-5; Peers influence juror 
(Charlotte police brutality case) D 30-6; 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 
see also 
HIGHWAY PATROL' LAWSUITS 
LAWS 

(Disorderly) conduct law sections ruled unconstitutional (Summerell case) 
N 16-26; Drive-in screen law is upheld N 16-26; Obscenity law validity is 
upheld (NC Court of Appeals) N 28-8; 
LAWSUITS 

Eastern Air Lines sued in Dec. crash S 6-WA-9; Firm (Ace Air Compressor and 
Pump Co.) alleges bank errors (First Citizens) S 15-5; Estate case hearing opens 
S 21-5; Rex Hospital named in suit 11-1; Injured employee sues Dupont 14-8; 
Law on oath challenged N 4-22; Pregnancy ruling called 'repugnant' N 11-8; 

Damage suit filed in Mclnnis slaying N 11-32; Redevelopment agency sued 
(Durham) N 14-5; Court gets suit on Raleigh firm (Great Equity Financial Corp. 
vs. Occidental Fire and Casualty Co.) N 22-22; Ruling asked on rights suit 
(NC resident suing insurance company in Virginia) N 24-5; 

Suit to ask Treasure Cove halt N 25-5; Suits trail Treasure Cove developer 
N 28-5; Fraud suit filed in Winston-Salem (Merrill Lynch, etc. vs. Sauls, etc.) 
N 30-9; Federal judge drops Treasure Cove lawsuit D 20-34; 



77 

LAWSUITS (Cont.) 
see also 
HOSPITALS 
LAWYERS 

Attorney requesting equal fees (Charlotte) J 27-44; Twiggs given lawyers' 
award J 29-5; Inmate sues for public defenders F 1-5*; Law deans predict good 
job market M 27-5; Judge Braswell proposes public defender in Wake My 5-52; 
Time to expand the defender system (ed.) My 9-4; 

Public defender system possible Je 15-16; NC Bar elects Moore (Joseph C.) 
as head Je 25-14; Bar examination results released Ag 16-26; Lawyers attend 
course (conducted by NC Bar Assoc.) Ag 22-5; Sum allocated for attorneys 
(for indigent defendants) S 8-7; American Bar picks Tar Heel (Storey) S 12-32; 

Demand seen for lawyers 29-1,5; Scott urges penal reform lobby (by 
NC Bar Assoc.) D 22-8; Prison reform needs lobbyists (ed.) D 24-IV,4; 
LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 

Cities, counties plan joint office 30-5; Urban government's role 
lauded (Massell) 31-5; Urban leaders back city income taxes N 1-5; 
LEE CO 

Lee commissioner (Hancock) an 'individual' D 11-5; 
LEGISLATORS 

Retired lawmaker's plan drains funds F 19-8; Retirement plan soaked with 
red ink (ed.) F 26-4; Legislators of times past N 13-5; 
LEGISLATURE 

Striving, retiring, redistricting will change cast in NC Senate F 13-4; 
Hunt right about the legislature (ed.) Ap 8-4; Ramsey supporters say he'll be 
House speaker (dome) S 19-1; Gardner urges annual sessions S 21-9; Democrats 
gather here for assembly briefing S 23-7B; 

Ramsey predicts annual assembly S 23-7-B; A brief spell of Democrats S 26-5; 
Hunt talks on picking committees S 28-11; Legislative ethics sound issue (ed.) 
S 29-4; Jim Hunt offers ideas for shorter sessions 10-6; Holshouser: annual 
assembly 18-12-A*; 

Ramsey likely to win speaker's post Nov. 17; top senate leadership position 
seen for Allen (dome) 21-1; NC women campaigners fight stereotyped images 
N 5-111,3; GOP gains 20 seats in legislature N 9-18; Caution signs for a waking 
giant (ed.) N 10-4; Quinn quits; Ramsey likely House speaker N 11-1; 

Republicans set record for NC General Assembly (dome) N 12-1,1; Ramsey: wor 
together N 18-1; Tar Heel GOP sets pre-assembly meet N 23-9; Assembly minority 
heads are elected N 27-5; Assembly initiative favored (Holshouser) D 2-1; 
Special (Democratic) Party policy committee plan told (dome) D 2-1; Sen. G. P. 
Allen nominated for pro-tern post D 2-6; 

Democrats outline legislative plans D 3-1,7; Six appointed to goals, policy 
panel (dome) D 10-1,1; Transition a decisive time for legislature, too D 10-IV,2; 
New assembly schedule raises some objections (dome) D 14-1; House democrats 
named to policy committee (dome) D 15-1; 

Annual sessions pushed for legislature (dome) D 18-1; NC Senate Democrats 
plan 1973 strategy (dome) D 18-1; 2 Republicans to sit at front of NC House 
(dome) D 24-1,1; Wake not making list for Assembly; city (Raleigh), though, 
has tax stake D 26-10; GOP unit head sees delay tactic in studies D 29-9; 
LEGISLATURE 
see also 
LEGISLATORS' POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 



78 

LIBEL 

Libel suit dismissed (Knight Pub. Co.) My 18-41; 
LIBRARIANS 

She can spin a web of words (Wilson) J 30~III,2; 
LIBRARIES 

Toddlers to attend 'college' J 16-16; Research library nonfiction 
(Burroughs-Wellcome) M 16-50; Work starts on library at Ahoskie M 25-5*; 
Library (North Hills) offers 'clemency' M 27-5; Crabtree library branch 
supported Ap 11-28; Lenoir school libraries gain students' affection 
Ap 12-5*; Daughters of Confederacy fighting library removal My 3-5; 

Mrs. Mollie Lee and a little faith built Richard B Harrison library 
Je 2-17; College library listing developed Jl 29-7; Cooperative library 
project is announced (Wake Co.) Jl 29-28; Court's librarian (Taylor) hails 
bill Ag 12-28; NC top court library is designated depository Ag 31-7; 

The rush is for best-sellers (Wake Co.) S 25-5; Educator dedicates 
NCSU library wing 4-5; Durham bonds defeated N 9-5; Information center 
will open for Wake (at county libraries) D 15-50; 
LIBRARIES 

see also 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES 
LIE DETECTORS 
see 
PRIVACY, INVASION OF 
LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 

Clubs sell liquor-by-drink M 1-1; Routine brownbagging checks supposedly 
made twice yearly M 2-13; Christian League set for drink battle M 5-12; Meck- 
lenburg mixed drink law overturned M 16-1; 1973 may see battle on liquor 
M 17-6; Liquor by drink back in the pit (ed.) M 18-4; 

Drink said no issue this time (Southern Pines) Ap 27-5; Little chance 
predicted for by-drink bill S 23-19; Delegates will attend by-drink meet 
N 22-8; Choosing on booze N 25-5; 
LITERACY 
see 
ILLITERACY 
LOBBYING AND LOBBYISTS 

Lobbying unit sets NC drive M 23-22; Road firms entertained road agency 
(ed.) S 10-IV,4; Citizens' unit (Common Cause) head (Gardner) to speak S 15-9-A; 
Social Council (State Council for Social Legislation) adopts plan N 21-25; 
Council good for state conscience (ed.) N 23-4; Scott urges penal reform 
lobby (by NC Bar Assoc.) D 22-8; Prison reform needs lobbyists (ed.) D 24-IV,4; 
LOBSTERS 
see 
FISH 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

Local government deficits forecast M 30-6; Public services don't come 
free (ed.) Ap 1-4; State to be shown accounting method Jl 15-18; City manager 
form loses (Benson) Jl 24-24; Raleigh-Wake merger discussed Ag 3-9; Bowles' 
aim: cut red tape Ag 12-5; Bowles 'mini-capitol ' rapped by Holshouser Ag 
13-1,12; Local legislation lined up Ag 15-5; 



79 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Cont.) 

Conferences to help state-local unity (Council on State Goals and 
Policy) Ag 19-5; Bailey named (mayor of Bunn) Ag 25-5; 6 Wake Board 
members say no to merger S 13-WA-9; Columbia manager resigns 11-8; 
(League of Municipalities) convention to mull city income taxes 29-1,7; 

Cities, counties plan joint office 30-5; Urban government's role 
lauded (Massell) 31-5; Cities can limit impact problems (ed.) N 5-IV,4; 
Lee (Co.) drops manager system D 5-5; Lee Board abolishes county manager 
post D 8-5*; Lee commissioner (Hancock) an 'individual' D 11-5; 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
see also 
NC ASSOC OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, COUNTIES 
LOUISBURG 

Louisburg enrolls 735 S 13-3; Louisburg isn't just a school D 22-5; 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Lutherans refuse war resolution My 11-5*; Church (Raleigh's Grace 
Lutheran) re-evaluates goals S 17-1,6; 
MAGAZINES 

Latest Tar Heel 'little magazines' offer mixed bag of fiction, verse 
Ap 9-IV,7; Magazine (RALEIGH) plans expansion (and name change to THE TRIANGLE 
MAGAZINE) S 3-1,5; A NEW EAST a 'dawning S 3-IV,3; Wide-ranging look at 
current NC literary magazines S 24-IV,7; 

Remember the WATAUGAN? It was corn off the cob 22-IV,3; 
MAGIC AND MAGICIANS 

Do you believe in magic? (Snavely) D 10-V,1; 
MAIL 

see also 
POSTAL SERVICE 
MALCOLM X UN IV 

Request (Episcopal Church) dropped Jl 4-5*; Graduates plan move to Africa 

5 3-1,5; 
MANPOWER COUNCIL 

Gov. Scott wants skills for all J 7-6; Manpower study urges local programs 
D 29-6; 
MARIJUANA 
see 
DRUGS 
MARINE SCIENCES COUNCIL 

Seven quit Marine Council My 23-5; Marine Council continues short My 26-5*; 

6 named to Marine Council Jl 13-14; Edith Marsh appointed to board S 7-7; 
MARKETS 

If you've an itch to buy or sell...Jl 10-30; Flea market might pay for 
college-bound pair Jl 17-5; A bazaar is many things N 12-111,1; 
MARRIAGES 

Teen marriages, four views My 7-111,1; Attitudes affect marriage Jl 26-16; 
Divorce-marriage ratio hits all time high Jl 26-16; Linda wants 'paper' spouse 
Jl 29-1; Britisher collects marriage offers Jl 30-1,6; Husband hunter seeks 
publicity end Ag 4-5*; Husband hunter goes home S 11-5; Three couples wed in 
carnival chapel S 15-5*; 



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MASSAGE 

Officials irritated by massage parlors Je 22-5; Health Club arrests 
made (Wilmington) Jl 30-1,5; Reporter finds more than massage parlors Jl 
31-5; Onslow adopts massage ruling Ag 8-5*; Jacksonville restricts massaging 
activities Ag 24-5*; Massage restrictions relieved by injunction S 2-5; 
Judge dissolves massage ban S 19-5*; 
MEDICAID 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
MEDICAL EDUCATION 

Area hospitals get 'med' students Ap 20-5*; 
MEDICAL EDUCATION 
see also 
ECU MEDICAL PROGRAMS? MEDICAL SCHOOLS 
MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Probing death: his day's work (Brinkhous) 22-1,5; Examiners name 
officers 26-32; 
MEDICAL SCHOOLS 

Applications soaring for med schools M 19-1; 
MEDICARE 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 

TB vaccine being used in fight against cancer J 16-8; Doctor shortage 
plagues burgeoning Orange seat (Hillsborough) F 14-5; Sickle cell anemia 
program organized F 27-1,4; Help is a dial tone away F 27-111,1; Hey look, 
Ma, no cavities... M 5-IV,7; Oriental needle pleases patient M 24-5*; 

Ground broken for health spa M 30-17; New chemical will impede cancer 
cells Ap 2-15; Marines offer dental aid in Western NC Ap 7-5*; Health care 
billing debate rages Ap 9-14; Tarheelia's medicare tab down last year 
Ap 19-5*; Officials call HEW ruling 'unclear' Ap 20-5; 

Good start in Sickle Cell testing Ap 21-5; Insurance firm (Blue Cross 
Blue Shield) lost money again Ap 22-7; Across-the-board medical pay cut approved 
in state My 11-12; Fee cuts pose setback for Medicaid (ed.) My 12-4; Physician 
aides' plan questioned My 23-5; 

Maxton, Bladen areas to get medical care My 24-5*; Health manpower increase 
backed My 25-5; County reports dysentery cases My 26-42; Way cited to improve 
NC health services Je 8-7; Aid fund transfer ordered Je 10-8; New and larger 
quarters planned for (Chapel Hill-Carrboro) health center Je 11-5; 

Boys saved as Patrol rushes drug Je 23-5*; Sampson kids to be studied 
Je 29-1; Crib death study planned Jl 5-5; Medicare ride fuss in court Jl 6-5; 
State may lead again in cases of tick fever Jl 6-8; Detergent danger warned 
in study Jl 7-WA-l; Emergency unit director asked Jl 8-17; 

Ready to have ten more! Jl 13-25; "You will feel no pain..." (natural 
childbirth) Jl 13-25; Pats on the head may be hazardous to child's health 
Jl 19-16; Health care goes home Jl 20-25; Team (Barrett, Whitfield) designs 
equipment to aid radiation treatment Jl 20-52; Wake Health Services gets 
$390,000 grant Jl 20-52; Shots cut NC cases of measles Jl 21-10; 



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MEDICINE AND HEALTH (Cont.) 

Rubber industry health study set Ag 5-5; Fort Bragg chaplain gives 
kidney to sister Ag 9-5; Bowles: develop emergency help Ag 17-11; Hunt 
proposes health system Ag 18-33; State lacks plasma tests Ag 27-1,8; Duke 
graduates M.D. aides S 1-5; 

One by one, mother sees her family die (Huntington's chorea) S 3-1,1; 
Treatment of TB patients undergoing changes here S 3-IV,7; Health center 
(Mississippi) probe opens S 5-5; Air car (aerial ambulance program) supported 
by Nick S 7-5; Scott pushes emergency aid improvement S 15-9-A; Archaic 
approach to diabetics lingers in area S 17-111,7; New program on drugs 
adopted (Medicaid) S 22-6; 

Law varies on teens' medical rights S 23-9; Rescue aid pledged (Bowles) 
S 24-1,4; Dental program planned (for juvenile offenders) S 25-5; Problem 
pregnancy counseling subject of first NC workshop S 25-14; They run for 
their lives S 26-13; Chapel Hill project (treating childhood psychosis and 
autism) S 28-5; Raleigh medicenter sold S 28-8; 

Firm (Becton Dickson) develops new sterilizer S 29-11; New hope for 
many autistic children (ed.) S 30-4; Medical clinic proposed (Hillsborough) 
3-5; Saving Tar Heel teeth is goal of state's program; self-help keys 
dental health project 3-10; Health centers planned 7-1; 

NC vs. diseases: we win some and lose some 18-15; Planners to meet 
on (environmental) health (Chapel Hill) 22-1,5; Belated medical career 
finally nearing reality (Rice, surgeon's assistant) 23-5; Clinic nears 
completion (Walstonburg) N 2-5; 

Doctors treat people as objects, charges new public health head (Dolan) 
N 12-111,2; Volunteer lap mothers comfort small patients N 21-13; Medicaid 
lack scored in NC N 23-5; Indian says born to heal (medicine man) N 26-1,9; 
Facing up to life with ailing heart N 26-IV,l; Man-made diseases said growing 
threat D 4-5; People problems in the crescent (technogenic disease, ed.) D 5-4; 

Fred Bryan to head Wake Health agency D 5-8; New hope for rural health 
care (Wake Health Services, Inc., ed.) D 7-4; Editor (McPherson) will head 
NC medical unit (NC Medical Care Comm.) D 28-6; Health unit proposed (by 
Governor's Comm. on Community Health Assistance) D 31-1,14; 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
see also 
AGED AND AGE* DOCTORS; HOSPITALS; MENTAL HEALTH; NURSES AND NURSING; 

NURSING HOMES 
MEDITATION 
see 
TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION 
MELON FESTIVAL 

Melon festival set here Ag 9-5; 
MENTAL HEALTH 

Project enlightment finds problem children improve F 2-26; Health unit 
asks Scott intervention M 2-1; NC mentally ill have an advocate (ed.) M 5-IV,4; 
Our 'nightmarish' NC mental health system M 5-IV,7; Mental unit care called 
joke M 6-5; Morgan blasts officials M 8-1; 

Tubes of paint hold therapy for mental patients M 8-11; Duke students 
find institutions fail M 12-11; Mental health report hit as aimed at aiding 
Bowles M 16-5; Dr. Hawkins criticizes mental health program M 17-6; 



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MENTAL HEALTH (Cont . ) 

Improving treatment must begin in our communities M 19-IV,3; Tar Heel 
mental care goes home My 7-IV,l; Mental health suit possible My 27-18; 
'Top heavy' unit gets Bowles criticism Jl 9-1,5; Listing priorities prema- 
ture: Bowles Jl 29-5; Mental health study urged (Holshouser) Jl 30-1,5; 

Scott asks evaluation of mental health unit Ag 6-1,6; Depression: 
public enemy no. 1 Ag 6-IV,l; Mental health problems politicized (ed.) 
Ag 8-4; Hargrove supported by board (NC Board of Mental Health) Ag 18-33; 
Mental care fund requested Ag 22-22; 

NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health) probe promised for NC system 
S 7-16; Homes help mental patients adjust to life in society S 12-32; Twiggs 
reveals plans for bill 14-30; Judge says committal laws unconstitutional 
(mental institutions) 19-1; Suit filed on mental health law 20-1; 

Durham woman (Hayes) freed from mental hospital 21-5; Candidate 
(Holshouser) calls for evaluation 21-6; Mental health awards given 21-30; 
State mental patients have rights (ed.) 22-IV,4; Change (in committment 
procedures) sought for mentally ill 26-46; 

Mental health items aired N 30-5; Mental health seminar set (to study 
patient-staff relationships) D 9-22; Fewer drunks, mentally ill jailed D 
30-5; 

MENTAL HEALTH 
see also 
HOSPITALS 
MENTAL RETARDATION 

NC faces need to school retarded J 3-5; State may be sued in behalf of 
retarded J 13-53; Handicapped work at maximum Je 14-9; New approach provides 
home life for retarded Jl 2-5; Child center (for retarded) moving here Jl 25-5; 
Project (Enlightenment) hunting $28,000 Jl 28-5; 

Tammy Lynn Home eyes improvements Ag 1-5; Panel: teach retarded children 
Ag 3-8; Retarded suit welcomed Ag 4-6; Group urges ouster of Dr. Lennox Baker 
S 17-1,5; NCARC (NC Assoc, for Retarded Children) officers S 17-1,5; Study 
proposes free school for retarded S 30-19; Homes sought for retarded 23-5; 

A building painted hopeful (Tammy Lynn Home) N 5-111,1; Schools said 
ignoring laws for handicapped N 17-1; It's more than a game for these Raleigh 
youths N 23-68; Groups cited for aid to retarded N 27-5; 
MENTAL RETARDATION 
see also 
HANDICAPPED 
MEREDITH COLLEGE 

Meredith to start '72 with new president J 1-5; NC couple gives $150,000 
to Meredith F 9-30; 225 graduate at Meredith My 15-5; Meredith inaugural 
scheduled S 13-7; Raleigh man (Nelson) appointed to Board of Trustees S 14-35; 
Ceremony set at Meredith (We ems ' inaugural) S 22-5; 

College inaugurates Weems S 23-30; The Weems era now in full swing at 
Meredith S 24-IV,3; 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Black superintendent named by Methodists Je 9-5; Methodists open session 
Jl 11-5; Bishops named by Methodists Jl 15-5; Bishop named in NC Jl 16-1,1; 
New bishop (Blackburn) stresses local unit involvement Jl 19-38; Methodist 
bishop will ordain 13 Ag 11-5; First sermon is celebrated S 1-5; 



83 

METHODIST COLLEGE 

Curriculum revised at Methodist S 13-3; Methodism ceremony planned 
(bicentennial) S 23-18; Methodists celebrate 200th year in NC S 29-5*; 
Methodist College head (Weaver) to resign N 2-5; 
MIGRANT LABOR 

Healthy development for migrants (ed . ) M 4-4; Migrant youth school 
set Je 1-5; Education costs defended Je 25-7; Special classes aid migrant 
youths Jl 7-5; Migrant labor camp is cited (Bayboro) Jl 21-5; Extremes 
noted in migrant housing Jl 28-5; Migrant hirer is convicted for no permit 
Jl 29-5; Law allows migrant camp misery (ed ) Jl 31-4; Migrants bill is 
predicted 6-34; 
MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS 

Scott names Army affairs secretary M 9-17; Veterans' affairs posts 
set Ag 2-6; VA office stands prepared for deluge of ex-servicemen 8-1,6; 
MILITARY BASES 

Couple charges Lejeune blasts made dream house a nightmare M 26-5*; 
Seymour Johnson planes deployed to war zone Ap 15-1; Bases see little effect 
from ruling Je 15-5; $19.3 million for building set in NC Jl 21-5; Alcohol, 
drug units expanded (Ft. Bragg) Jl 23-1,5*; 

Commander (Davis succeeds Bryan at Seymour Johnson) Ag 8-5; Col. Doster 
in command at New River S 6-5*; 
MILITARY FORCES AND TRAINING 

Marines 'battling' at Cherry Point Ap 3-5*; Troop movement reports 
denied Ap 13-5; Crew saved as helicopter goes down in maneuvers My 18-5*; 
Armed forces day celebrated My 21-5; Harmony with friendship (Ft. Bragg) 
My 26-5; 'All-American' division (82nd Airborne) gets new commander (Kroesen) 
Jl 18-5; 

One dead, 2nd missing in Marines' training Jl 19-5; Warm welcome for 
Marines returning, with 5 missing (All Weather Attack Squadron 224) Jl 19-5; 
Marine deserter (Michaud) awaiting hearing Jl 20-5; Search to continue for 
missing Marine Jl 20-5*; New Marine recruiter (McAlpin) Jl 20-8; 

Army plans area school in Raleigh Ag 21-5; Ft. Bragg team studying city 
governments Ag 28-5; NC 'ace' (Ritchie) gets 5th MIG Ag 30-3; NC ace (Ritchie) 
collects 13 medals S 10-1,5; Female (Griffith) makes naval history S 10-1,7; 
Reservists may keep long hair S 16-5; Enlisting men see opportunity in the 
Army S 18-5; Court-martial opens today for resister (Michaud) S 19-5*; 

War resister faces charge S 19-5; Camp Lejeune court hears guilty plea 
in desertion S 20-5; Michaud gets 1-year term S 21-5; Stanley tapes a 'hi' 
to Daddy 9-38; Durham officer (Patterson) tapped (to head 3286th US Army 
Reserve School) 30-5; Guard, reserve face shortage as draft ends D 3-1,6; 
MILK 

Board fines dairies for giving illegal discounts Ap 6-6; Milk commission's 
order to get additional hearing My 4-21; Price hearings set by panel for first 
time My 11-1; Milk prices, kill all competition? (ed.) My 14-IV,4; Milk unit 
backs down on pricing My 24-1; 

NC milk panel votes new fair trade rule Je 8-1; Decision on dairies post- 
poned Jl 13-13; 4 dairies ruled guilty of excessive rebates Jl 28-6; An 
impeccable legal absurdity (ed.) Jl 29-4; Milkmen's trucks 'stores' Ag 6-IV,8; 
School milk probe begun Ag 12-1; Dairy (Kildare Farms, Cary) is sold to 
developers Ag 24-51; Dairies named in allegations Ag 26-5; 



84 

MILK (Cont.) 

Commission post filled S 26-32; NC dairymen push for price increase 
11-6; Milk price increase ok'd by Commission N 15-1; Price restrictions 
milk customers (ed.) N 17-4; Milk price goes up in state D 1-1; Fines 
imposed by milk panel D 20-12; 
MINES AND MINING 

NC owns gold mine J 11-17; State modifies Texas Gulf's permit J 22-7; 
686-carat gem found Je 28-5*; Tailing dam inspections in mining areas sought 
Jl 29-5; Gem hunters flocking to pay-to-dig mines (Franklin) Ag 9-5-; NC 
had its Eldorado era N 18-4; 
MINIMUM WAGE 
see 
LABOR 
MINISTERS 

Do ministers' wives have private lives? Jl 30-111,1; 
MISS NORTH CAROLINA 

Bennett junior (Freeman) is Miss Black NC Je 12-5; Miss Kinston (Anne 
Dorn) named Miss NC Je 18-1; Wisconsin entrant wins Miss America crown (Miss 
NC 2nd) S 10-1,1; On-stage difficulties didn't stop Miss NC S 12-5; 
MISSING PERSONS 

Cabbie is sought in Onslow F 7-5; Cabbie found slain F 8-19; Tar Heel 
girls found in London F 25-5*; Body found on beach in Onslow M 14-20; Victim 
in drowning may be missing man (Monroe) M 20-5; Search continues (Wilcox) 
Je 20-5; Body seen in Kinston identified (Mills) Ag 10-13; 
MISSING PERSONS 
see also 
KIDNAPPING 
MONEY 

A dollar can stretch a week long Jl 30-111,2; 
MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS 

How dare you, Miss Virginia! (Virginia Dare statue) Ag 21-5; 
MORGAN, ROBERT 

Speedier justice recommended J 19-20; NC ' s consumer crusader F 6-8; SBI 
probes threat on Morgan M 18-5; Morgan heads southern states legal officers 
M 24-7; Morgan hospitalized S 9-30; LeLoatch letter chastises Morgan's Sanford 
support (dome) 11-1; Morgan may have suffered setback on Senate hopes (dome) 
N 21-1; Robert Morgan gets most votes in NC N 29-6; 
MORGAN, ROBERT 
see also 
CONSUMER PROTECTION; COURTS 
MOTELS 
see 
HOTELS* MOTELS AND RESTAURANTS 
MOTHER OF THE YEAR 
see 
AWARDS 
MOTION PICTURES 

Preview set ("Who Fears the Devil") Jl 20-5; Petty story is about people 
Ag 18-13; 'The Cinema' to open new season Ag 27-V,2; 
MOTOR VEHICLES 

Cycle gangs often ride into trouble Jl 30-IV,l; DMV official (Garrett) 
named to post S 22-5; (No fault) motorcycle insurance provision is proposed D 20-7; 



85 

MOTOR VEHICLES (Cont.) 
see also 
ACCIDENTS, AUTOMOBILES, INSURANCE 
MOUNT OLIVE COLLEGE 

Mount Olive College speeds graduation S 13-3; 
MULE DAY 

17 governors in US enter Mule Day Race Ag 12-5; Of mules and their judges 
S 7-5; Kansas wins mule race S 24-1,5; Freight train's stubborn, too S 25-5; 
Benson honors patient mules 15-V,8; 
MULLET FESTIVAL 

It'll be mullet and chowder S 19-5; Mullets win over punkins 12-5; 
Beauty gets taste of South 16-5; 
MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 
see 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
MURDER TRIALS 

Father (Johnson) sentenced in murders J 21-1; Special venire called for 
trial (Stanback, Harris, Walker) J 27-66; Testimony starts (Stanback, Harris, 
and Walker) F 3-66; Psychiatric data bypassed in Orange slaying trial F 7-5; 
2 get life sentence in Wake murder F 9-30; 

Robeson man convicted in death F 14-24; Grocer says 3 men involved in 
slaying F 29-8; Youth testifies he saw shooting of Massey M 1-5; Three 
given life sentences in slaying of grocery clerk M 2-5; Teacher (Barnwell) 
convicted in slaying M 8-5*; 

Ben Chavis charged in conspiracy M 17-1; Attorney (Cheshire) walks off 
murder case M 30-5; Long-term prisoner (Nelson) M 30-5*; Witness, Chavis 
shot at police M 31-9; Grocer (Davis) pleads guilty Ap 6-5*; Guilty plea 
offered in arsenic case (Radford) Ap 11-5*; 

40 to 50 years given for poisoning sons Ap 12-5*; Cabbie death recalled 
Ap 26-5; Cabbie murder nearing jury stage Ap 28-5; Life terms given in cabbie 
murder Ap 29-5; Murder brings long sentence (Wall) My 18-5*; Manslaugher 
conviction returned (Jones) My 24-5; Man (Burrell) gives guilty plea to 
murder My 26-5; Wilmington murder gets three guilty pleas (Perkins) Je 1-5*; 

Long sentences meted (Perkins) Je 3-5; Suspect (Taylor) identified in 
court Je 7-5; Plea (Watkins) changed in mid-trial Je 14-30; Witnesses cite 
death pay offer Je 29-5; Man (Derolf) sentenced in murder Jl 2-5; Witnesses 
heard in murder trial (Privette) Jl 11-28; 

Killing defendent (Privette): 'He kept coming' Jl 12-32; Man (Privette) 
sentenced in murder case Jl 14-38; Defense shooting alleged (Miller) Ag 16-5; 
Man (Miller) found innocent of slaying in Raleigh Ag 17-5; Four get 20 years 
in cabbie slaying S 1-5*; Court seeks an attorney for LaPrade 4-36; 

LaPrade assigned lawyer 5-62; 10 jurors selected for trial of Mrs. Van 
Landingham 31-1; Witness says defendant (Van Landingham) 'very upset' N 1-1; 
Testimony given in murder trial (Cooper) N 1-5; Van Landingham trial may go to 
jury today N 2-1; Examiner tells death causes (Cooper) N 2-9; 

Mrs. Van Landingham convicted and gets life N 3-1; Nurse: defendant said 
'radio told me to kill 1 (Cooper) N 4-23; Mrs. Van Landingham placed in prison 
unit N 4-34; Doctor describes defendant's state (Cooper) N 7-5; SBI testimony 
given on killings (Cooper) N 8-5; Bizarre story told at trial (Cooper) N 9-5; 



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MURDER TRIALS (Cont.) 

Insanity is claimed in Goldsboro killings N 10-5; Man (Cooper) convicted 
in five deaths N 11-5; LaPrade borrowed weapon, bought bullets, court told 
D 5-1; Judge rules statement by LaPrade inadmissible D 6-1; Murder trial set 
for jury (LaPrade) D 7-1; Jury convicts LaPrade; judge gives life sentence 
D 8-1; Man found guilty (Charlotte golf course slaying) D 9-23; 

Student gives testimony on slaying at Orange High D 13-5; Defense: no 
pre-meditation in slaying at Orange High D 14-5; Jury finds two guilty of 
Orange High slaying D 15-5; Youths sentenced in Orange death D 16-5; 
MURDER TRIALS 
see also 
names of individuals, e.g. CHAVIS, BEN 
MURDERS 

Agents find knives in investigation (Byrd) J 1-6; Girl found killed in 
bed (Young) J 23-11; Woman (Radford) indicted in arsenic cases J 26-5; Mother 
(Basden) faces tests after murder charge J 26-19; Orange youth (Parker) 
charged with murder F 3-5; 

Security guards to patrol Orange Co. high school F 4-5; 3 in family found 
dead in Boone F 5-1; Police guardedly hopeful on arrests in Boone case F 6-5; 
Four held, one sought in slaying (Riddle) F 7-5; Services held for murdered 
family (Boone) F 7-5; Orange schools reopen quietly F 8-5; 

Raleigh taxi driver shot, dies after calling for help F 10-66; Suspect 
in murder of cab driver arrested F 11-34; Man (Dixon) charged in ax death 
F 12-5*; Sheriff suspects same killers in Onslow cabbies' deaths F 15-26; 
Man (Nixon) killed in struggle in taxi F 18-5*; 

Greenville man (Williams) murder suspect F 22-5*; Girl, 9, (Lewis) 
assaulted, killed F 23-23; Reward posted in assault in Fayetteville (Lewis) 
F 27-5; Couple found slain in home in Charlotte M 4-5*; Fuller out on bond 
in slaying M 8-5; Attorney retained for trial (Orange Co.) M 9-5; 

Three face action for cabbie slaying M 9-5; Bond set in Raleigh slaying 
(Grey) M 14-20; Army wife (Larson) charged in slayings M 16-1; Police 
persisting in girl's (Lewis) death M 17-5; Charged in death (Atwood) M 22-5*; 
Housewife (Cadwell) charged in child's death M 22-5*; Youth held in death of 
father (Horton) M 24-5; 

Suspect (Cooper) declared competent M 25-5*; Stab suspect is bound over 
M 25-17; Suspect (Reardon) arrested in slaying M 26-21; Knightdale man 
(Johnson) held in slaying M 28-17; Suspect, 62, questioned on attack M 30-5*; 
Wake man (Burrell) charged in slaying Ap 1-26; 

Nude man slain in bedroom Ap 15-19; 3 held in slayings of Boone family 
Ap 26-1; Fourth suspect surrenders in Maryland (Boone) Ap 27-5; Body (Dickson) 
is found, throat slashed My 3-5; No probable cause ruled in slaying (Adams) 
My 3-5; Youth charged in kidnap death (Hamilton) My 7-5*; 

Boy, 13, (Brown) held in mother's death My 15-5; Mental observation 
ordered for youth (Brown) My 18-5; Murder suspect gives up (Clark) My 18-5; 
Sniper kills 3 near North Hills mall My 30-1; McLeod said prejudiced: Police 
end probe into shooting Je 1-1; 

McLeod was tested in prison Je 2-1; 2 held, 2 released in Boone slayings 
Je 16-5; Gunman (Headen) kills 1 in hotel here Je 26-1; Chapel Hill man 
(Alston) charged with murder Je 26-5; 



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MURDERS (Cont.) 

Gang shooting kills 2, hurts 4 Jl 1-1; 6 cyclists are held Jl 6-5; 
Girl (Watford), 14, victim of stabbing Jl 10-5; 7th biker charged Jl 10-5; 
7 members of motorcycle gang indicted Jl 11-5; Pair found dead (Kinlaw, Parker) 
Jl 18-5; Suspect (Morris) charged in base murders Jl 22-5; 

Floating body is found (Gatesville) Jl 24-1; Identity unknown (Gatesville) 
Jl 26-5; Dead woman identified Ag 1-5; Two bodies are found in woods at Fort 
Fisher Ag 2-5; Forlorn guardian stays on job (Mclnnis) Ag 11-1; Pediatrician 
(Mclnnis) shot to death at Wake home Ag 11-1; 

Therapist charged in doctor's death (Mclnnis) Ag 12-1; Detectives focus 
on slayings (Fayetteville) Ag 12-17; Few visitors ever came to farm (Mclnnis) 
Ag 13-1,5; 4 charged in slaying (Lambros) Ag 14-5; Two are slain in Walnut 
Cove (Mabe, Ernst) Ag 15-7; 

Pond searched for sun at Mclnnis death scene Ag 16-1; Pond search fails 
to uncover pistol (Mclnnis) Ag 17-62; Body is found in car trunk Ag 23-31; 
Slaying suspect (Van Landingham) sent to Dix for observation Ag 23-42; Trunk 
killing eyed as professional job Ag 24-64; 

A second body found in a car trunk here Ag 25-44; Girl's identity sought 
(Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) Ag 26-7; Local police continue trunk murder probes 
Ag 26-30; Florida suspect (Brader) is held Ag 30-5; US murder title goes to 
port city Ag 30-5; Elderly storekeeper (Bunn) slain during robbery attempt 
Ag 30-36; Bunn's killers still sought Ag 31-56; 

Marine (Rhodes) faces pre-medicated murder charge (Mangum) S 1-5*; SBI 
aid sought in city death (McKee) S 1-8; 1 charged; 2 sought in storeowner 
(Bunn) death S 1-42; Two more are charged in Knightdale slaying (Bunn) S 5-30; 
State men (Boykin, Narron) are jailed in Florida S 7-5*; 

Two returned for charges in slaying (Bunn) S 10-1,5; Marines jailed in 
murder (New Bern) S 10-1,20; Man (Wise), 58 charged in slaying (Kelly) S 14-35; 
Bomb rigged to truck kills Robeson woman S 20-1; Clues few in bombing S 21-5; 
Two indicted in Boone S 21-23; 

Two charged in blast death (Lumberton) S 23-5; Bomb motive in question 
(Lumberton) S 25-5; Realtor's son, woman's page editor slain 1-1,1; Young 
and bright, they looked to the future; search pushed for rifle killer of city 
couple 2,1; 

Former convict (LaPrade) charged in double slaying here; suspect fired from 
job Friday 3-1; Dunn concerned at murders 3-23; Van Landingham case will 
go to grand jury 10-32; Body found in trunk identified by sheriff (Trinity) 
11-5; Police probe triple shooting (Kure Beach) 17-5*; Mrs. Van Landingham 
indicted by jury here 17-34; 

Judge Bailey grants bond (Van Landingham) 18-1; Suspect (Van Landingham) 
released on bond 19-1; NC man (Stokes) in shooting 26-5; Public aid asked 
in death probe (Bowen, Charlotte) N 1-29; Damage suit filed in Mclnnis case 
N 11-32; LaPrade indicted by Grand Jury N 14-22; 

Trio ordered held for jury (Bunn case) N 16-WA-l; New trial ordered in 
rape-slaying case (Edwards) N 16-26; Man found innocent of slaying (Kite case, 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) N 18-6; Arrest is expected in station slaying (Rocky 
Mount) N 24-5; SC youth held in girl's death (Rocky Mount) N 25-5; 

Car saleman's body discovered D 3-1,18; Sound of wedding bells stilled by 
pistol shot (Love, Durham) D 6-5; LaPrade said 1st shot 'accidental'; prison 
history cites disorder D 8-7; Police charge father in 3 children's deaths D 15-1; 



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MURDERS (Cont.) 

SBI: Fayetteville suspect caught bus from Raleigh D 16-5; Child-slaying 
suspect caught D 17-1,5; Benson mother slain; baby safe in hospital D 18-1; 
Residents set reward on slaying in Benson D 19-5; Yuletide sadness eased for 
widow (Bunn) D 25-64; 
MURDERS 

see also 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT,' MURDER TRIALS; PRISONS AND PRISONERS,' 

names of individuals, e. g.,CHAVIS, BEN 
MUSEUMS 

Antique textile mill models built My 7-24; Museum plans (Tobacco-Textile) 
are described My 25-56; Indian Museum dedication set S 17-1,5; Fayetteville 
museum now a year o]d 8-V,10; 
MUSEUMS 

see also 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 
MUSIC 

Fayetteville girl has song recorded J 29-11; Craftsman (Dulcimer) has 
vibrant trade Ap 7-40; Jazz festival closes up tempo Ap 15-8; Once again, the 
good news (gospel singing) Je 12-1; 10,000 turn out to sing Je 26-5; Stones 
roll and shake with $71,000 crowd Jl 8-18; 

Gospel music at Clinton Jl 19-5; For a real uplift, they sing hymns 
Jl 30-V,l; Song ("Gaston County Courthouse") tells his side of story Jl 31-5; 
Peachtree concert expecting 80,000 Ag 4-5* ; Muddy Waters: Power and sheer 
passion Ag 17-34; Big crowd expected at festival (Rockingham) Ag 18-5; 

Rock fest revs up at speedway (Rockingham) Ag 19-1; Rock crowd (Rockingham) 
'well behaved' Ag 20-1,7; Hard-rock harvest of 'Peachtree' 72 (Rockingham) Ag 
27-V,l; 'Something' was here (music, crafts fair) Ag 28-40; Chamber Music Guild 
has diverse season in store S 10-V,2; 

Army band slated here S 17-1,5; Mayor proclaims Sunday (US Army Field) Band 
Day S 21-26; Auditorium is packed for Army band, chorus S 25-36; Organ concert 
skillful, elegant (Brunn) 2-5; Bach arias like religious service 21-19; 
English music delights at UNC (Deller Consort) 31-11; 

Musicians keep each other going (group piano lessons) N 2-21; 'Jesus 
Christ Superstar' sequel is a cantata of 'The Third Day' N 19-V,3; Briton 
studies region's glues tradition N 26-IV,3; Apex teens have message to tell 
(Apex Area Youth Chorus) D 2-10; 

Concert: a garden of Mauney delights D 5-12; Opera singer (Burgess) to 
perform D 7-29; Julliard still fresh, exciting D 11-25; Teamwork marks Cary 
High's band D 25-5; 
MUSIC 

see also 
OLD TIME FIDDLERS' CONVENTION 
NAACP 

NAACP head attacks Nixon's busing stand Ap 12-5; State NAACP confers 
My 22-5; Housing unit, NAACP meet on management Jl 1-5; NAACP reports new 
black voters Jl 17-30; 
NAMES 

White Level's loyalists give state the Dickens D 12-5; Origins of name 
'Maola' puzzling D 21-5; 



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NATIONAL FARMERS ORGANIZATION 

NFO group pushing for new chief N 20-5; 
NATIONAL GUARD 

Guard may recruit women Jl 19-8; Ferd Davis back in school Ag 5-5; 
Guard units arrive (Ft. Bragg) Ag 7-5; Guard to feel end of draft S 12-7; 
NC general (Davis) says he's up for post S 30-8; Guard names chief of staff 
(Ingram) 17-12; Guard, reserve face shortage as draft ends D 3-1,6; Abrams 
visits NC Guard unit D 13-6; 
NATIONAL LABORATORY FOR HIGHER EDUCATION 

Education lab head (Blanton) appointed N 19-1,5; 
NATURAL AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES 

NER to get funds for course plan J 19-21; Simmons may suggest changes to 
'73 Assembly J 24-5; C6D board told powers intact F 13-15; NER office has new 
look M 30-12; Advertising report slated My 11-5*; Agency names 24 as interns 
My 24-34; Simmons out as C&D chief Je 15-1; 

Simmons leaving public payroll (ed.) Je 17-4; Department reorganization 
blasted Jl 13-13; Resources department asks budget increase S 14-9; Bradshaw 
tells plans to reorganize agency D 12-10; 
NEGROES 

Vintage political year for Tar Heel blacks? F 6-IV,5; Hard work is not 
a stranger to 1st black UNC student head M 6-5; Johnston black caucus plans 
candidate probe M 13-5; Princeville oldest black community M 17-5; Blacks 
to hold state meet here My 19-40; 

Fayetteville ' s Sylvia Allen 1st black named Governor Je 24-5; Group 
to aid black businesses Je 25-5; Southern blacks are finding they can go 
home again Jl 16-IV,3; Black leaders set plan for assembly Ag 22-7; UNC 
aids black businessmen Ag 27-IV,9; Agencies told to hire blacks 6-1; 

President of S. C. NAACP urges "political salvation" 13-5; St. 
Augustine's head cites dearth of black leaders 14-5; Hopeful (Holshouser) 
makes racial pledge (name a black to cabinet) 20-7; Black leaders, Bowles 
meet 29-1,4; Durham officer (Patterson) picked first black to head a US 
Army Reserve School 30-5; 

Racial civility is sound politics (blacks supporting Andrews, ed.) N 11-4; 
NEGROES 

see also 
DEMONSTRATIONS 'DISCRIMINATIONS; ELECTIONS; NAACP; RACE RELATIONS; SCHOOLS- 
DESEGREGATION; SOUL CITY; STATE GOVERNMENT 
NEUSE RESERVOIR 

Smaller project asked Je 1-5; Agreement believed near for falls dam 
project Jl 26-44; Nick offers Neuse meeting Ag 31-18; Falls project needs a 
lobby (ed.) S 3-IV,4; Project chances improve S 4-42; Holdup on dam said 
ironed out S 8-44; Final approval near on Neuse Reservoir S 9-30; 

Falls of Neuse Dam project gets approval S 12-1; Outdoor fans to benefit 
from Neuse project S 13-1; Bradshaw' s enthusiasm on dam awaits contract S 13-WA-9 
Dam area buildup fought S 13-WA-9; Healthy potential in Neuse project (ed.) 
S 14-4; Neuse Dam project questions raised 12-1; 

Falls of Neuse doubts raised (ed.) 14-4; Rare animals said threatened 
by dam 20-44; Land buying ok ' d for Falls project 30-5; Corps updates 
report 31-32; Cities can limit impact problems (ed.) N 5-IV,4; 



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NEUSE RESERVOIR (Cont . ) 

(Charles) Bradshaw: Update study on Neuse N 11-32; Landowners criticize 
Falls recreation plan N 16-5; Falls project opposition eyed D 7-62; Future 
uncertain for Neuse Dam; official to ask dam restudy D 16-32; Beltline (and 
reservoir) delay rapped D 19-42; 
NEW HOPE RESERVOIR 

Durham C of C backs dam with two conditions J 29-5; Conflicting views 
heard on New Hope project F 8-5; Judge denies New Hope plea F 15-1; Reservoir 
ruling won't slow work M 22-5; Cement flows on schedule M 23-5; Dam swells 
with problems Ap 2-4; New Hope Dam injunction sought Ap 4-5; 

Official, too late on New Hope Ap 8-7; Environmentalists ask dam be 
stopped Ap 14-5; New Hope dam is upheld My 4-5; Decision nears on reservoir 
My 6-12; Judge okays New Hope Dam S 1-5; Grace says land sold below cost 
S 15-9-A; New Hope Reservoir land prices up N 10-5; New Hope decision 
appealed N 30-5; 
NEWSPAPERS 

Brooks named managing editor (N&O) J 2-1; Judge orders NCCU paper to 
forego student funding M 8-5; New paper hits NC high schools M 9-18; News- 
paper restricted at Sanderson M 10-38; School suspends off-campus editor 
M 17-5; Suspension dispute settled M 22-32; 

N&O printers are up to something (ed.) M 25-4; N&O uses new systems 
My 15-1; McLeon story criticized Je 6-5; Tender ignorance serves no one 
(ed.,McLeod) Je 7-4; JOURNAL (WINSTON-SALEM) hires Gene Marlowe Jl 21-7; 
News sources law promised (Ervin) Jl 23-1,5; 

CHAPEL HILL WEEKLY expanding Jl 27-5; Newspapers deny ad competition 
(Chapel Hill Jl 29-17; It's ex-staffers never figured CHAPEL HILL WEEKLY 'd 
go daily Jl 30-IV,3; Price, Whitfield get new posts (N&O) Jl 31-34; TIMES' 
(Raleigh) Yopp gets new post Ag 1-34; Phone keeps^Tar Heel editor hopping 
Ag 2-16; Press needs no special protection (ed.) Ag 5-4; 

Post goes to Crowder Ag 7-5; CHARLOTTE NEWS names editor (Farquhar) 
Ag 8-23; Paper (BURLINGTON DAILY TIMES-NEWS) gets new manager (Rutledge) 
S 4-5; Newspaper manager (Phillips) to retire S 7-5*; N&O buys building 
S 9-30; THE CHAPEL HILL NEWSPAPER is Chapel Hill's newspaper S 14-5; 

INQUIRER hires NC newsman (Roberts) S 15-9-A; Dean Rusk slated at news 
seminar S 18-5; Newsmen gain prison access 6-7; Helms criticizes 'ultra- 
liberal' editors N 3-6; Newspaper (KINSTON DAILY FREE PRESS) denied access 
to records D 5-5; Kinston paper studies ban on court records D 7-10; 

Record feud ends (Kinston Free Press) D 9-5*; Daniels: study paper 
mill ownership D 14-63; Ervin hopes his unit will hear news laws (dome) 
D 26-1; Review of 'shield law' could help (ed.) D 27-4; Ervin hits US on 
pressmen D 27-5; N&O production director (Blackard) winds up 52-year career 
D 31-1,7; 
NEWSPAPERS 
see also 
CENSORSHIP 
NONVIOLENCE 

Protest group is sentenced Ap 6-5*; Peace marchers too late to harass 
ROTC group Ap 8-5; War resisters hold meeting Ap 16-20; Capitol is site of 
bombings protest Ap 17-11; Antiwar movement revived on NC campuses Ap 19-5; 



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NONVIOLENCE (Cont . ) 

About 500 at peace vigil (Chapel Hill) Ap 20-5; War protest held at 
federal building My 13-5; Antiwar protests continue in cities and college 
towns My 14-1,3; 140 protest Vietnam war in Charlotte My 15-5; Protesters 
plan 'armed farces' My 20-5*; 

Antiwar protesters arrested (Jacksonville) Jl 19-5*; Veterans' drive 
nets little local response Ag 4-40; He (Kelty) chooses a blacktop pilgrimage 
Ag 6-1,5; Antiwar vets leave Ft. Bragg for Florida Ag 20-1,5; Monk's walk 
for world peace had its moment of violence Ag 30-5; 

Hooded man stands a mysterious vigil S 7-56; Hooded man continues silent 
vigil S 21-26; Prayer-fast supported (Durham) 18-5; Wanderer is spreading 
'peace, joy and love' (Peace Pilgrim) D 1-52; Pastor (Finlator) decries Viet 
bombing D 25-55; 
NORTH CAROLINA 

Whynot, where it's (population center) almost at M 11-1; Carolina's 
not on their (Nebraskans ' ) minds 9-5; 
NC ARTS COUNCIL 

Grass roots development J 2-V,4; Arts council is dissolved J 6-54; NC 
Arts Council awards grants My 18-13; Arts posts filled (NC Arts Council) 
18-7; Council appoints program head (Butler) 22-1,15; 
NC ASSOCIATED PRESS BROADCASTERS ASSOC 

Broadcaster meet slates candidates Ag 5-17; Asheboro man (Smith) heads 
broadcasters Ag 6-1,6; 
NC ASSOC OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

State association post goes to Akins Ag 13-1,5; Of speeches and numbers 
Ag 14-5; Commissioners' gathering ponders farm tax boost Ag 14-36; Commissioner 
(Greenwood) is honored Ag 15-8; 
NC ASSOC OF EDUCATORS 

NCAE proposals need $236 million J 19-7; Phillips sparks healthy debate 
(ed.) J 20-4; Educators pick leader (Miller) M 11-18; Educator unit: no to 
tax cut D 2-6; 
NC ASSOC OF EDUCATORS 
see also 
PACE 
NC BALLET 

Prima ballerina (Butsova) gives civic ballet exhaustion to remember her 
by 31-12; 
NC BURIAL ASSOC COMM 
see 
FUNERALS 
NC CENTRAL UN IV 

Co-op students plan working and learning J 31-6; Judge orders NCCU 
paper to forego student funding M 8-5; Students protest at NC Central M 16-31; 
Complaints discussed at NCCU M 17-5*; NCCU project aims for more library use 
M 31=8; NCCU plans new school of business Ap 6-50; 

Central U has boost in funds Je 30-5; Board to enter NCCU case Jl 8-17; 
NC Central group appeals ruling Jl 15-5; Brief filed in campus paper case 
Ag 11-9; UNC backs fee in paper case Ag 19-7; Experimental pre-school toy- 
brary provided new basis for learning 29-111,8; Competency of teachers 
stressed; teach plan, excites, scares N 12-1,5; 



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NC COMMITTEE ON RACIAL JUSTICE 
see 
COMMITTEE ON RACIAL JUSTICE 
NC EMBLEMS 
see 
FLAGS, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 
NC GOVERNMENT 
see 
STATE GOVERNMENT 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 

Site of NC museum still to be settled F 23-23; Stone unsure of museum 
plans My 1-5; Museum meeting closed My 5-5; Ragan surprised by closed 
meeting My 6-12; Culture catches the secrecy bug (ed.) My 8-4; Museum may 
buy a Wyeth painting My 11-23; Secret vote on museum's biggest deal My 15-4; 

Wyeth painting on display My 21-V, 19; Museum security concerns 
official My 28-13; State art museum board's qualifications are questioned 
Je 18-IV,3; Firm to help pick site Jl 6-1; Museum acquires Bonnard Jl 16-V,5; 
Museum has a honey of a show Jl 23-V,7; 

Art Museum's needs outlined Ag 3-48; Museum asks raise in funds Ag 5-5; 
Museum panel meets Ag 19-30; Domit has article published in Arabic Ag 20-V,4; 
Museum hearings (on site) planned Ag 26-5; Sculptures of animals to be 
shown Ag 27-V,4; Public deserves hearing on museum (ed.) Ag 29-4; 

NC Art Museum given 127 prints S 27-30; Art museum planners urged to 
'take risks' N 30-8; O'Keefe shows museum's trends D 10-V,8; Bank presents 
art to museum (Boudin painting) D 14-9; Art museum on Polk site urged D 15-8; 
Museum meetings should be public (ed . ) D 17-IV,4; 

Museum displays seasonal art D 24-1,6; Site of Polk Youth Center selected 
for Art Museum D 29-1; 
NC PRESS ASSOC 

Press president elected Jl 15-14; 
NC STATE CHAMPIONSHIP HORSE SHOW 

Metallic steed starts show S 18-5; 
NC STATE UN IV 

Wake grand jury indicts players Coder, Heuts J 6-1; State College people 
would just gag (ed., academic records) J 16-IV,4; No-failure grading system 
defended J 24-4; Arboretum to honor NCSU prof (Gardner) F 6-4; NCSU unit acts 
in protest (St. Mary's) case F 26-5; 

Senates OK grade plan at NCSU M 8-5; Coed dorm considered M 9-5; Suit 
filed on use of state funds M 10-5; Failing grade challenge rebuffed by 
trustees M 11-5; Gonzales new head of department M 18-5; NCSU staffer 
arrested on morals count Ap 8-20; NC State has 3 arson fires Ap 12-5; 

NCSU fills University Studies post Ap 21-23; NCSU warns coeds of night 
prowlers Ap 22-30; Sour notes set at State (anti-music) Ap 23-18; NCSU to 
unveil 'dream city' model Ap 28-15; 11 arrested in NCSU drug raid Ap 29-5; 
Ball player (Burleson) charged in theft My 4-70; 

Initial approval given NCSU school My 13-28; 2 NCSU athletes arrested on 
drug, theft charges My 13-28; Graduates 2,600 students My 14-1,5; Burleson 
pens apology letter My 18-33; Bus plan dropped My 30-8; NCSU players' trial 
opens Je 15-60; Jail sentences suspended for 2 NCSU players Je 16-1; 



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NC STATE UNIV (Cont.) 

Mixed feelings on Coder-Heuts case (ed . ) Je 18-IV,4; Animal health 
labs dedicated Je 22-30; Caldwell answers Nader college report Je 23-8; 
NCSU co-op program helps engineering students Je 25-IV,9; Funds given to 
NCSU Jl 15-18; Outside credit set at NCSU Jl 16-1,8; 

Team (Barrett, Whitfield) designs equipment to aid radiation treatment 
Jl 20-52; 2 NCSU athletes convicted Jl 21-5; NCSU sets program on skills 
(continuing education) Jl 23-1,4; Satellite photos set for NCSU Jl 28-10; 
Blood disease is studied at NCSU Jl 29-17; 

NCSU trustees head (Wood) confirmed Jl 29-17; NCSU studies home buildup 
Jl 30-1,8; NCSU awarded grant Ag 3-9; Textile school gets head (Bogdan) 
Ag 9-6; NCSU pair (Havner, Horie) honored Ag 10-10; Two NCSU profs (Cocker- 
ham, Jackson) get Reynolds post Ag 24-8; 

Security at NCSU is the safety office S 4-5; NCSU has reactor license 
S 7-5; Extension courses said growing S 8-14; Problems course (on the 
culturally disadvantaged) set at NCSU S 10-1,20; NCSU presents awards 
S 12-23; State begins 83rd year S 13-2; 

NCSU fills engineering position S 13-10; Caldwell lauds new budgeting 
S 17-1,8; Students begin cider sales S 18-14; Graphic exhibit to open today 
S 18-36; State has 3,100 coeds S 23-30; Touring (theater) companies per- 
form at NCSU S 24-V,2; Poster tearing an NCSU issue S 25-36*; 

NCSU honors dairyman (Kilgore) S 29-7; NCSU officials fight plans to 
flood forest for dam S 30-5; Designing a city's tomorrow (School of Design) 
1-IV,1; An unlikely firebrand (Holtz) leads the Wolfpack 1-IV,3; More 
room for scholarly doings (library) 3-5; 

Educator dedicates NCSU library wing 4-5; (Flat River) Reservoir 
would destroy NCSU forest research 8-1,5; Hardwood waste saver designed at 
NC State 8-IV,9; New university theater raises curtain on professional 
stage 8-V,2; Reactor tested 9-38; 

NCSU officers catch nude man 12-6; Student life at NCSU fifty years 
ago 15-IV,3; Bikes zoom, NCSU cringes 16-36; Health Institute awards 
grant 19-11; NCSU fund (for school of education) created 22-1,15; 
State placed on year's probation in basketball; violations cited against 
Wolfpack 26-37; NCSU studying rural changes 29-1,7; 

NASA honors 2 at NCSU N 5-1,4; Dean (McKinney) named at NCSU N 12-1,7; 
Dr. William Turner returning to NCSU N 12-1,8; Durham man (Burns) heads 
group (NC State Univ. Foundation) N 22-19; Foundations give NCSU $1.5 
million D 2-9; 

NCSU center (National Center for Occupational Education) beacon in career 
ed D 7-6; NCSU ag school is sixth largest D 25-53; 
NC SYMPHONY 

Ball attracts over 400 Ap 24-12; Swalin and symphony are synonymous 
(ed.) Jl 16-IV,4; Orchestra head (Gosling) is announced 6-33; Symphony 
opens season D 1-40; 
NORTHHAMPTON CO 

Merchant: good year in store (bad year for farmers) D 11-5; 
NUCLEAR ENERGY 

Conservationists hit reactor plan J 15-24; CP&L asked to take burden for 
system J 27-19; Board named on proposed nuclear plant F 12-5*; Fate of dam 
N-plant linked F 23-5; Water supply protection assured by power firm M 29-5; 
Reservoir report debated M 31-5: Brunswick construction gets OK Ap 28-5; 



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NUCLEAR ENERGY (Cont.) 

Duke cites safety of nuclear plant Jl 27-42; Westinghouse units for 
Duke Jl 29-17; Proposed nuclear plant stirs debate Jl 31-5; AEC agreement 
signed by CP&L Ag 7-5; Atomic fuel plant set for area (Franklin Co.) Ag 29-1; 
Nuclear plant petition filed (by Conservation Council of NC) N 4-1; 

Nuclear plant hearing set (Southport) N 11-8; Power firms ask insurance 
shift N 22-22; Changes key to (Wake) plant ok D 9-34; CP&L to delay dates 
for 2 nuclear plants D 23-6; 
NURSES AND NURSING 

Committee to study nursing problems F 5-5*; Prospect Hill's women in 
white Ap 23-111,1; Honored nurse (Lassiter) recalls progress My 26-5; Rex 
to close nursing school when its new hospital opens Je 22-52; Nurses seen 
in new role Jl 8-8; Nurse shortage hobbles hospitals Ag 23-42; 

(Walstonburg) clinic nears completion N 2-5; Hike asked to school of 
nursing (legislative study commission) D 2-6; Hospital's nursing head is 
named (Pickard, NC Memorial) D 4-27; Holding, NCSU could fill Rex nurse gap 
D 10-1,10; Pioneer nurse (Allen, first licensed practical nurse in NC) dies 
D 22-13; Pressure and long hours send nurses away from hospitals D 24-111,2; 

Robersonville needs 4 registered nurses (to prevent closing of hospital) 
D 29-5; 

NURSES AND NURSING 
see also 
HOSPITALS \ MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
NURSING (LACTATION) 

It was a matter of life or death; mothers discover relaction 6-17; 
NURSING HOMES 

Nursing home neglect (by doctors) cited Jl 25-5; 
NUTRITION 
see 
FOOD 
OATHS 

Law on oath ("So help me. God") challenged N 4-22; 
OBESITY 
see 
WEIGHT 
OFFICIAL EMBLEMS 
see 
FLAGS, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 
OFFSHORE LAND 

Oil, gas drilling predicted for Atlantic coast J 16-6; Oil drilling 
denied in ocean samples M 22-5"'; 
OIL (PETROLEUM) 

Weather key to oil shortage D 29-1; 
OLD CHRISTMAS 

Rodanthe to observe old Yule today J 6-9; Still outer banks' ritual 
J 9-5; 
OLD TIME FIDDLERS' CONVENTION 

Union Grove to be scene of two fiddlin' festivals M 31-18; Fiddling 
festival thronged Ap 2-5; Union Grove, 2 divergent philosophies Ap 6-17; 
Rattlers help champion make old fiddle talk My 13-5; 



95 

ONSLOW CO 

Onslow names new manager (Leary) Ag 31-5; 
OPEN MEETINGS 

Closed-door meeting (Board of Governors) unwise move (ed.) J 9-IV,4; 
Public meetings ordered (Durham) Je 1-5; Judge to order Durham panel open 
Je 11-5; Morgan plugs 'Right to know' Je 14-5; Judge (Bailey) hits secrecy 
of city board (Durham Board of Adjustment) N 7-6; 

Scrutiny of local boards proper (ed.) N 8-4; Herald backed in injunction 
N 10-5; Roads body holds closed meet D 8-8; Museum meetings should be public 
(ed.) D 17-IV,4; Brush up on the open meetings law (ed.) D 21-4; 
OPINION POLLS 
see 
PUBLIC OPINION 
OPTOMETRIC SOCIETY 

Optometrists bar member My 3-5; Optometry board hearing delayed My 19-5; 
Optometrist suspended with charges dropped Je 7-5; 
ORANGE CO 

Young woman, black get on Orange (Commissioners) Board N 9-5; Commissioner 
posts viewed optimistically D 3-1,5; Board in Orange to elect head D 4-5; 
Orange Board blasts try by Durham to buy parkland D 5-5; 
ORIENTAL 

Oldsters take to trikes Jl 9-111,2; Skies were blue for Oriental 
sailing social Jl 10-13; One week each summer, Oriental is filled with 
art Jl 30-V,8; 
ORTHODOX CHURCHES 

(Charlotte) Greek Orthodox priest asks Patriarchate moved S 11-5*; 
OUTDOOR DRAMA 

Lost Colony to open 32nd season Je 18-V,7; Weather, low funds hurt 
"Horn" Ag 9-5; Outdoor drama ("Horn in the West") gains support Ag 15-5; 
Cherokee's drama has big crowds S 6-25; 
OYSTERS 
see 
FISH 
PACE 

Teachers will back candidates F 17-18; Candidate support confirmed by 
PACE M 14-6; Education unit OK's 3 GOP hopefuls My 4-7; PACE set to support 
Wake pair S 30-18; Candidate (McCluskey) says PACE unfair 7-5; 6 candidates 
backed (Wake Co.) 7-5; Raleigh PACE gives backing to Holshouser 12-39; 
POW's 

Dear NC, remember POW's Je 16-1; She'll happily return bracelet 4-36; 
NC POW families' optimism is guarded 27-5; POW (Rose) sends message to 
wife in Goldsboro D 16-5; NC POW (Rose) reports camp hit (in US bombing 
raids) D 24-1,5; Wives' hopes fell with last leaves D 24-IV,3; 
PTA 

PTA offering two loan funds Ap 2-18; PTA thrift shop offers bargains 
galore Jl 12-5; Commemorative recognizes PTA S 16-30; 
PACIFISM 
see 
NONVIOLENCE 



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PARACHUTES AND PARACHUTE JUMPING 

It's an unforgiving sport 14-9; 
PARAMEDICAL EDUCATION 

Belated medical career finally nearing reality (Rice, surgeon's assistant) 
23-5; Medical units win approval 24-5; 
PARDONS 

Once again, it's who, not what you know... (Mclntire case, 1853) D 24-IV,3; 
PARKING AND PARKING METERS 

Free parking at Whiteville Jl 12-5; Judge rules down park meter laws Jl 
21-38; Churches in Burlington offer parking week day Jl 28-5; Meter removals 
sought (Raleigh) Ag 22-32; Free parking easier said than done Ag 23-42; 
Obey meters despite ruling Ag 27-1,5; Council panel hears meter removal 
request Ag 29-32; Merchants: meter ban urgent S 1-42; 

Boyd says agreement reached on meter ban S 2-30; Watch time, forget 
dime 25-5; Meters' revenue cited S 4-42; Council expected to pass 
parking meter moratorium S 5-30; Council okays meter removal S 6-1; 
Piecemeal approach taken on parking (ed.) S 8-4; 

A new kind of mad dash S 21-58; Wake court drops parking meter cases 
13-48; Wake court drops parking meter cases 13-48; Parking meter 
ordinance may soon be reworded 14-30; Don't feed park meters for 2 weeks 
17-5; Rocky Mount council gets meter plan 24-5; Attorney (Covington) 
still raps parking ordinances N 10-44; 
PARKS 

Raven Rock is there but undeveloped M 11-5; Gary working on park ex- 
pansion Ap 2-5; Council (Raleigh) gets park plan My 2-5; Hemlock Bluffs 
area is sought for park My 11-5; C & D announces new state park (Beaufort 
Co.) My 14-1,5; In Halifax, an idea for a park Je 19-5; 

Visitors surge at state parks Jl 7-7; State park sought at Crowders 
Mountain Jl 20-43; US funds tow city parks Ag 3-48; City park patrol under 
study Ag 7-38; Park bond OK'd (Goldsboro) Ag 9-5; US Park Centennial 
celebrated (Cape Hatteras) Ag 18-5; 

Parks get priority, C&D official says Ag 19-19; Umstead Park—one step 
up from backyard camping Ag 22-12; It's Dr. Gill State Forest Ag 23-5*; 
Citizens reap harvest—of parks Ag 31-56; Panel names Kerr parks S 4-32; 
FDR's carousing led to state park (Hammocks Beach) S 11-5; 

Six year park plan sketched S 20-8; HUD ' s debt to city holds up park 
plans S 30-30; Park rangers okayed (Raleigh) 3-22; Park designation 
urged in subdivision proposal 5-62; Raleigh gets grant for park 12-5; 
Medoc area faces threat 26-5; 

State parks program is far behind (ed.) 28-4; Dumping area in Johnston, 
becomes park N 6-35; Award parks grant (Raleigh) N 17-9; Chatham planners 
eye park project N 23-5; Four Raleigh parks planned D 1-41; Orange Board 
blasts try by Durham to buy parkland D 5-5; 

Park site selected (Southern Pines) D 10-1,5; Park improvement bond is 
possible D 16-6; Program for blind sought (Raleigh) D 21-58; Landowners are 
key to Sandhills park plan D 23-5; 
PARKS 

see also 
CAROWLNDS 
PAROLES BOARD 

Parole Board limits urged Ag 18-7; 



97 

PEACE COLLEGE 

Jones head of trustees for college M 18-9; Varied events to include 
Centennial drama Ap 27-53; Peace looks back at 100 years Ap 27-62; Peace 
alumnae see unveiling of presidents Ap 30-111,9; Peace graduation marks 
100th year My 14-1,4; Expansion is noted at Peace S 13-3; 

Historical society focuses on college 29-V,7; "Catching up on 
Peace and Oakwood" D 17-V,7; 
PEANUTS 

Growers select director (Phelps) S 7-5; 
PEMBROKE STATE UN IV 

Indians want to save 'Old Main' J 14-9; Pembroke protest mounts J 16-1; 
Indians rally against Democrats on razing plan F 6-5; Preserve Old Main, 
Morton urges F 12-5; New facility to teach Indian culture F 14-5; UNC law 
professors join Indians in Old Main fight F 14-5; 

Nixon aide urges saving Old Main F 20-5; Politics flare at Old Main 
rally M 19-5; Pembroke state president backed Ap 3-10; Pembroke cuts 
requirements Ap 14-5*; Old Main battle won Jl 12-5; Old Main deserves 
chance to survive (ed.) Jl 14-4; Pembroke completes 2.3 million unit S 13-2; 
Pembroke buildings renamed 13-38; 
PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 

Church youth to march as part of meeting here Ag 9-6; Pentecostals 
throng city Ag 10-58; 
PERSONAL INCOME 
see 
INCOME 
PESTICIDES AND PESTS 

NC planning to spray Mirex F 28-5; The fire ant M 5-IV,l; Abandon 
Mirex plans, club urged M 28-19; Reservations mark ant spraying M 31-7; 
Farmers and Mirex foes differ on fire ant fight Ap 12-5; Ban list prepared 
Ap 21-5; Aerial Fire Ant spraying suspended Ap 21-5*; 

Mirex dangers are verified Ap 25-5; State plans fight against Gypsy 
Moth Ap 30-16; Pesticide firm sued after youth's death My 2-5*; US agency 
drops proposed Mirex ban My 5-24; Gypsy moth risks insanity in NC My 19-30; 
Crackdown set on leaf pesticides My 26-1; 

Wasps to combat moths My 26-3; DDT ban hurts cotton outlook Je 15-10; 
Experts, parathion use down Je 17-16; Insecticides 'dangerous' Jl 3-23; List 
of 'restricted-use' pesticides approved Jl 7-22; Chemicals on restricted list 
approved Jl 8-17; Peak period approaches for pesticide poisoning Jl 14-10; 

Firms agree on controls Jl 17-5; Millipedes bug NC Jl 18-1; 2 gypsy 
moths found in traps Ag 8-7; Pesticide test result lauded Ag 14-5; Pesticide 
hearing (scheduled) Ag 21-27; Scientists may have witchweek whammy Ag 23-5; 
State board rules on pesticide use Ag 25-8; 

Off-farm pesticide use heavy Ag 28-27; Here's oak tree culprit S 6-5; 
Pine trees" enemy (southern pine beetle) doubles destruction S 9-5; First 
pesticide conviction set (Helena Chemical) S 10-1,7; Poultry embargo ordered 
S 12-22; Peanut crop faces threat (black root rot) S 14-1; 

Pesticides: reason will prevail' S 15-23; Mosquito bites in a lonely 
Hyde S 17-IV,3; (Johnson) grass yielding to chemicals S 18-23; Banned pesti- 
cides found in tobacco S 21-26; 



98 

PESTICIDES AND PESTS (Cont.) 

2 chemicals (lead arsenate, toxaphene) on curb list S 29-31; Pesticide 
dealers face decisions 2-21; Chapel Hill's pines bugged by beetles 3-5; 
Aldermen allocate bug funds (Chapel Hill) 11-28; A cleaner environment 
means more bugs 15-1,6; DDT residue down 27-12; 
PETS 

see 
ANIMALS 
PINE HURST 

Pinehurst follows Olmsted's plans for new towns 1-V,8; 
PITT CO 

77 ruled guilty in Pitt disturbances J 12-9; Judge orders blacks 
jailed for contempt J 14-34; Deputy says youth admitted bombing J 20-37; 
18-year-old (Smith) gets 40 years in school bomb case J 21-23; School 
bombers are sentenced (Thigpen) M 29-5*; 

Eight receive sentences on guilty bombing pleas Ap 5-5; Activists' 
parade request denied My 10-5*; Hailstorm hits farms, towns in Pitt County 
Jl 25-5*; Hospital loses power as main switch burns Jl 28-5*; Frinks leads 
silent rally Ag 7-5; 

Fire safeguard plan set for Pitt Buildings Ag 8-5*; Marijuana arrest 
made (Perkins) Ag 16-26; 'Last rites' for agency (Neighborhood Youth Corps) 
26-5*; 
PLANNING 
see 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING J ENVIRONMENT 
POETS 
see 
WRITERS AND WRITING 
POISONING AND POISONS 

Frequent gifts found to be deadly hemlock Ag 2-5; Vitamin pill isn't 
'just like candy' Ag 13-IV,3; Seeking power over poisons S 10-IV,1; Cole 
slaw downs players (Statesville High) S 23-7-B; Officers probe dog poisonings 
(Henderson) S 24-1,5; 
POISONING AND POISONS 
see also 
ANIMALS 
POLICE 
see 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 

Hopefuls playing geography in pitching NC campaigns J 9-1,6; Campaign 
'72, in the stars J 9-IV,l; Primary influence of Scott doubted F 7-5; 
Democratic slate altering race F 20-4; Party feuding may bring legislature 
many new faces M 2-11*; The chair yields in Robeson M 9-19; 

Gubernatorial campaign gets a gut issue M 12-IV,5; Orange may dominate 
in district My 4-5; Runoff questions still unanswered My 9-1; Picking of 
delegates to begin tonight My 9-11; Pat Taylor angered by Scott move My 10-1; 
Republican chairman supports Gardner My 18-1; Promises proliferate in the run- 
off (ed.) My 19-4; Pollster finds North Carolinians optimistic Je 7-9; 



99 

POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT (Cont.) 

Students oppose age hike (office holding) Jl 3-5; Fall primary advocated 
by Taylor to cut cost Jl 12-5; Wallace supporters to meet Jl 19-6; Parker 
joins Bowles' staff Jl 19-7; Helms supporters are listed Jl 19-10; Eagle 
retracts charge made against Phillips Jl 26-10; 

Hawke plans 'operation blitz' Jl 26-10; GOP's Johnson hints switch to 
Democrats Jl 28-6; Butz here to praise farmers Jl 29-8; Editor (Taylor) 
backs Helms Jl 31-24; Helms has praise for candidate (Bowles) Ag 11-9; 
Helms wants 1-to-l contact Ag 13,1,1; Letters irk Holshouser Ag 15-8; 

Shriver drive: Nick stays out Ag 16-7; Smith hits 'hypocrisy' Ag 17-9; 
Women's caucus gears up for election drive (dome) Ag 21-1; Jaycees cite 
public issues Ag 21-5; Restore faith in government, Pettyjohn says Ag 27-1,9; 
Taylor ends 'seclusion' to attend conference (dome) S 5-1; 

Hunt sees crisis in confidence S 14-35; President of S. C. NAACP urges 
"political salvation" 13-5; Theologians see politics as key to US religion 
(Southeastern Baptist Seminary Colloquiam) N 1-8; After 70 years, Wake gets 
Republican senator—Barker N 9-5; North Carolina a four-party state N 12-IV,4; 

NC grass looks greener for Hardtimes' campaigns (Herman Hunt) N 19-1,5; 
Helms said 'not part of American scene" N 22-8; Restoring confidence in 
government likely to be process of small steps N 26-IV,2; Hunt: leaders 
must seek voter confidence D 1-40; 

Holshouser says his win points to trend in South D 5-6; Judgeship talk 
persists about Scott legal aide (Morrison, dome) D 7-1; Wilson considers 
Ervin seat D 15-7; Patton ouster (from Wildlife Resources Comm. ) said 
political D 20-1; 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
see also 
CANDIDATES ; CONSTITUTION,- DEMOCRATIC PARTY," ELECTIONS ,° REPUBLICAN PARTY/ 

STATE GOVERNMENT* VOTER REGISTRATION 
POLLUTION 

'Help line' use increasing, with results J 10-5; Abandoned autos 
turning Core Banks into a junkyard M 9-19; Creech asks tighter pollution 
control M 18-7; Study shows firms" noise level too high M 18-10; CH 
success with paper glass recycling follows Ap 21-5; 

High levels of mercury found in wildlife Ap 29-5; Tar Heels face rate 
hikes for power plant cleanups My 14-1,1; Anti-pollution bond plan approved 
for 2 counties My 14-1,5; Anti-noise rule passed (Chapel Hill) Je 27-5; His 
(Ross) assignment: clean up junk Jl 9-1,5; 

Retain new waste ruling, council works panel syas Jl 11-28; Mercury level 
decreases Jl 18-5; Ecology panel warns of tightened policy Jl 28-8; Alleged 
polluters told by state to take action Jl 29-5; Chemical level in eggs safe 
Ag 6-1,7; Polluters still play with the state (ed.) Ag 15-4; Returnable 
containers proposed in ordinance (Carrboro) Ag 24-5; 

High container tax asked in litter fight Ag 26-5; Refuse act suits face 
developers (Outer Banks) Ag 26-5; Southside gets noise promise Ag 31-5; Noise 
study waiver sought (Southside) S 2-30; Junk car removal announced S 7-46; 
(The Travel) Council (of NC) urges cleanup (of Appalachian Trail) 19-13; 

Anti-noise rule adopted (Chapel Hill) N 7-5; Political litter worth a 
bundle N 10-5; Tunis plant's pollution solved by land disposal N 12-1,5*; 
Not giving up (Brooks) N 28-5; Program is outlined for pollution control 
(Chanlett) D 2-5; Public hearings set on antipollution rules D 8-9; 



100 

POLLUTION (Cont.) 

1,000 Tar Heels complain to pollution 'Help Line' in year D 10-1,8; 
Graham not squaring with farmers (ed ) D 13-4; New US pollution laws may 
change NC controls D 13-5; Judges stiffen policy on litterbugging D 17-1,11; 
POLLUTION 

see also 
AIR POLLUTION,' ENVIRONMENT; RESEARCH TRIANGLE; WATER POLLUTION 
POPULATION 

3 get population center posts F 27-5; Whynot, where it's (population 
center) almost at M 11-1; Population study relevance noted M 12-5; Curbs 
urged on population Ag 5-5; Rockefeller: population control is essential 
20-5; Planners fear population nightmare in Piedmont D 3-1,5; 
PORNOGRAPHY 
see 
CENSORSHIP 
PORTS 

Harbor at Southport may be enlarged J 6-8; Seatrain sets up NC-Europe 
link J 13-41; Morehead Longshoremen slap shipping service J 16-14; $20 
million to be asked for expansion of ports J 30-5; Morehead claims discrimi- 
nation Ap 2-4; Port office move proposed Ap 8-5; 

Governor may get complaint on port (Wilmington) Ap 11-5; Deeper More- 
head Port asked Ap 13-5"; Resort liner to visit Wilmington Ap 25-5*; 
'Unitized' cargo shipping saves time in handling My 6-24; Officials at 
Morehead unsatisfied with reply (from Scott) S 2-5; 

Carteret chairman gives up on Scott S 6-WA-l; Holshouser: glad to 
meet on ports S 7-5; Bowles rejects talk on ports S 10-1,5; Holshouser 
vows equal port rights 5-7; 
PORTS AUTHORITY 

SPA to buy land in Wilmington S 24-1,4; 
POSTAL SERVICE 

Improved mail service is asked (Manteo) Jl 14-5*; Island mailman calls 
no more (Portsmouth Island) Jl 21-5; Campaign stamp makes the mark Ag 1-7; 
The time passes slowly at Millbrook post office Ag 3-48; Inflation said 
slowing mail Ag 17-5; Postal head pledged Ag 19-30; 

New postmaster (Harmon) is assigned to Raleigh S 16-30; State plans 
mail service S 30-8; New postmaster pledges service (Raleigh) 6-34; Mail 
service draws fire (Columbia) N 7-5*; Raleigh's new postmaster is a mail 
chauvinist D 10-IV,3; 
POTTERY 
see 
CERAMICS AND POTTERY 
POVERTY 
see 
ANT I -POVERTY PROGRAMS 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Presbytery restructuring is official now J 4-5; She preaches and teaches 
about the Bible F 25-12; Church splits on war Je 18-5; 
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 

Gardner pledges to support Nixon J 6-7; Democrats wrestle with Wallace 
J 12-1; Wallace backers aim at races here J 14-6; 



101 

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS (Cont . ) 

O'Brien decries Wallace J 15-3; Sanford leaves door open on candidacy 
J 21-1; Sanford push possible J 22-7; Terry Sanford is not a spoiler (ed.) 
J 29-4; Scott named co-chairman of Muskie national group F 3-24; Candidate 
scores NC primary law F 8-1; 

Sanford for president has Jordan's support F 8-18; Political action 
thickens F 17-18; Sanford bids for top post F 21-1; NC primary lists 
Sanford and Wallace F 22-1; President, 2 others on primary list M 7-1; 
Sanford joins Democratic race for US presidency M 9-1; 

2 more file in primary M 10-1; Two won't enter Tar Heel primary 
M 11-1; Primary awaited anxiously M 12-1,1; NC primary blessed confusion 
(ed.) M 12-IV,4; Wallace looms even larger in state primary M 15-8; 
Wallace NC campaign launched M 22-5; 

Sanford affirms 2nd primary plan M 26-1; Sanford 's drive gearing up 
Ap 3-1; Sanford opens DC office Ap 6-1; Muskie shuns NC primary Ap 11-1; 
Sanford, Wallace prepare for all-out campaigning Ap 12-1; NC delegation 
may be problem in mathematics Ap 15-6; 

Sanford launches Tar Heel campaign Ap 15-6; Sanford blasts bombing 
Ap 17-10; Wallace in NC, defends position Ap 22-1; Morgan to file for 
Sanford Ap 26-1; Wallace stumps East NC Ap 29-1; Wallace says liberal 
wing seeks his defeat in NC My 2-1; 

Sanford advocates tax cuts My 3-1; Sanford, Wallace, a contrast in 
styles My 4-22; Wallace wins in NC primary My 7-1; Lee hints Sanford support 
My 11-5; Sanford quits New Jersey, remains in race My 13-8; Delegate 
obligations are clear (ed.) My 27-4; Tar Heel pros scrutinize McGovern Je 8-1; 

McGovern gets more NC support Je 11-1; Women, blacks, young going to 
convention Je 15-8; Delegates chosen in lively session Je 21-1; Sanford 
indifferent to McGovern rejection Jl 7-1; Sanford committee announced Jl 7-7; 
Sanford protests omission Jl 8-1; 

NC delegates off today for convention in Miami Jl 8-8; Sanford on fringe 
of the maneuvering Jl 9-1,1; HHH worker (Breece) sees win with Wallace on 
ticket Jl 9-1,3; Biracial caucus sought by Lee Jl 9-1,5; Party convention's 
business in the future Jl 9-IV,5; 

NC delegate votes sought in Calif, credentials fight Jl 10-1; NC delegates 
say Wallace aid a 'must' Jl 10-3; Lee launches drive for southern coalition 
Jl 10-5*; Bowles contacts NC delegates Jl 11-3; Sanford pledges to stay in 
race Jl 12-1; NC delegate cast vote for 'matter of principle' Jl 12-2; 

Sanford total is 77 1/2 at Miami convention Jl 13-1; Strategists look 
to NC Jl 13-1; NC 'upstart' (Thompson) nudges old pols Jl 13-7; Tough fight 
seen in NC Jl 14-1; NC McGovern aid thin Jl 15-1; First-time voters are 
elated but wary after the convention Jl 15-9; 

Backer downhearted at Sanford 's losing Jl 15-14; Klan chief critical of 
McGovern Jl 17-5; East NC said key (to McGovern's chances) Jl 18-5; Scott 
mulling over McGovern position Jl 18-12; Sponsors remain sold on preference 
primary Jl 21-10; Lukewarm on George Jl 24-5; 

Citizens comment on Eagleton disclosure Jl 28-10; Pettyjohn regrets 
Wallace pullout Jl 30-1,5; NC AME bishop supporting Nixon (dome) Jl 31-1; 
Boost seen for J£agleton Jl 31-5; Tar Heel reaction is mixed (Eagleton) 
Ag 1-1; McGovern goal $300,000 Ag 3-7; 



102 

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS (Cont.) 

Tar Heel Democrats 'left out' Ag 5-2; McGovern speech cut Ag 6-1,2; 
Gov. Scott endorses selection (Shriver) Ag 6-1,2; Tar Heel Democrats like 
Shriver choice Ag 7-1; Old Hinsdale mansion houses new campaign (McGovern) 
Ag 11-10; Headquarters for McGovern open in NC Ag 13-1,9; 

Wallace group sets goal Ag 15-5; Shriver drive: Nick stays out Ag 16-7; 
Supporters (McGovern) net $1,200 at party Ag 16-8; Districts set for McGovern 
campaigner Ag 17-52; Gov. Scott edges toward McGovern (dome) Ag 19-1; 
McGovern panel is being organized (dome) Ag 19-1; 

McGovern aide (McAllaster) appointed Ag 19-30; Nixon plans one NC stop 
Ag 22-1; Nixon's brother hit of delegation caucus Ag 22-6; Blacks to meet 
with Nixon aide (Brown) Ag 22-7; McGovern' s NC plans still not worked out 
Ag 23-1; NC delegates in incidents Ag 24-2; 

Tar Heel youth leader (Untener) demonstrates for Nixon Ag 24-6; Bowles, 
party chairman shy away from McGovern (dome) Ag 25-1; Rally for McGovern 
uses musical appeal Ag 27-1,5; Students for McGovern launch state campaign 
Ag 28-1; Campaign spending issue remains (ed.) Ag 28-4; 

Scott expected to head NC McGovern committee (dome) Ag 31-1; Gov. Scott 
expects to meet with McGovern; Luther Hodges quietly campaigning for McGovern 
(dome) S 2-1; NC labor unit (AFL-CIO) backing McGovern S 2-5; McGovern 
area aide (Smith) is named S 3-1,6; 

Harry Golden speech causes GOP walkout (Bristol, Conn. ) S 3-1,22; NC 
Nixon committee lists top supporters (dome) S 4-1; Nixon's economic 
policies are criticized by Hobby S 4-5; Scott to head NC drive for McGovern 
S 5-1; Mc Govern plan hit by Helms S 7-25; McGovern hit at GOP meet S 11-5* ; 

Nixon" committee poll shows he leads in NC (dome) S 12-1; Nixon ahead in 
NCSU poll S 12-32; McGovern expected in NC; Nixon, Agnew trips to state 
uncertain (dome) S 14-1; It's a whole new ball game at Nixon headquarters 
S 14-7; Hawke criticizes McGovern S 14-35; 

NC AFL-CIO rakes 'dump Nixon' stand S 15-1; Nixon Democrat group to 
form S 15-9-A; American party (vice-presidential) hopeful to campaign in 
state (dome) S 17-1,1; Nixon still given lead among Tar Heel voters (dome) 
S 18-1; McGovern aides hold meet here S 18-25; McGovernite (Thompson) is 
untypical S 20-8; 

American Party candidate (Anderson) opens Tar Heel drive S 21-18; 'Grass- 
roots' drive set for McGovern funds S 23-7-B; Richard Nixon the real 'radical' 
this year? S 24-IV,3; Media action pledged (Anderson) S 25-5; Group (black 
Baptists) endorses McGovern S 26-7; 

Hobby defends endorsing national Democratic ticket S 26-12; McGovern 's 
NC campaign off timetable S 28-6; Bowles wary on McGovern S 29-6; NC Demo- 
crats cool to national ticket 1-1,1; Scott pushes national ticket 2-7; 
Schmitz brings campaign to NC 3-1; 

Schmitz claims self only choice 4-8; Scott calls on Democrats to back 
McGovern 5-8; Harold Cooley named aide to McGovern 6-8*; Hobby awaits 
union warning 7-19; Poll has Nixon in wide lead 7-19; 'New South' not 
yet turned on by George 8-IV,2; McGovern gets Ervin support 11-1; 

Nixon backed by Broughton 11-6; NC Democratic support grows for 
McGovern (dome) 12-1; Candidate (Coleman) endorses McGovern 13-5; Mrs. 
Scott campaigns 13-37; McGovern letter asks funds from Holshouser (dome) 
14-1; Morgan supports McGovern 17-6; 



103 

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS (Cont.) 

Pro-McGovern caravan set 18-12-A; 'Lunches' are slim pickings for 
politicians (McGovern supporters) 19-5; Agnew plans brief stop at Char- 
lotte 20-8; McGovern van visits North Carolina fair 20-8; War is key 
to Nixon's strength in west NC 21-1; 

McGovern endorsed (Lang) 21-7; Hodges blasts Nixon record 22-1,21; 
Unlisted citizens may vote 23-1; Campaign teach-in scheduled (McGovern) 
24-34; McGovern buttons bomb in Wilmington (dome) 25-1; Law may add 
votes for McGovern in NC (dome) 27-1; 

Hobby: credit due McGovern 27-6; Preyer to canvass for McGovern 
(dome) 28-1; McGovern aide (Hart) sees support of Wallaceites 28-19; 
Editor 'renounces vote in presidential race (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER); 'no-vote' 
position backed (WINSTON -SALEM JOURNAL- SENTINEL) 30-5; 

State GOP makes offer to McGovern 31-23; Nixon expected to visit 
Greensboro Saturday N 2-1; Ex-congressman (Whitener) , law dean (Phillips) 
back McGovern candidacy (dome) N 2-1; Nation at peace needs McGovern (ed.) 
N 3-4; State to see changed Nixon N 4-9; State candidates share Nixon 
rally N 5-1,1; McGovern TV blacked out N 7-5; 

Northampton: only county for McGovern (dome) N 10-1; Orange goes the 
way of Northampton County (dome) N 11-1; 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 

Inmates sue against (news) ban J 9-5; Prisoner's suit in appeals court 
J 12-25; Inmates may be able to talk to newsmen J 23-15; Interview policy 
to get study J 27-17; $21 million sought for prisons J 27-17; Raleigh 
solicitor sued (by prisoner) J 29-9; 

Inmate sues for public defenders F 1-5*; 'Antisocial life' marks 
prisoners F 6-4; Legal services to inmates limited F 20-8; Inmates' 
rewards beyond court rule F 24-46; Inmate interviewing guidelines offered 
M 4-28; New jail (Jacksonville) holds open house M 7-5; 

Inmates sue writer for $10 million M 11-18; Quality (and quantity) 
mark prison inmates' legal work M 12-6; Hardcore inmate turns counselor 
M 12-1,10; Ex-convicts to present penal drama M 12-V,6; Halfway houses 
sought for women M 13-5; Did he mean ADD to prison sentence? M 16-5; 

Interviewing of inmates curbed by judge's ruling M 16-9; Inmates 
contest hair length rule M 28-18; Prison chaplains take new image Ap 2-IV,l; 
Brutality charges in jail probed Ap 6-5; Central inmate reports strike Ap 
8-5; 5 inmates file suit to print paper Ap 21-48; 

Treatment charges discounted My 11-5; Prison interviews blocked My 13-5; 
Prison hair rules upheld My 13-5*; Interviewing inmates may soon be possible 
My 20-8; Inmate named top Jaycee My 27-28; Open and shut case of Ray Lanier 
Je 3-1*; Lanier ordered back to prison Je 6-30; TV surveillance of jail is 
funded Je 10-28; Correctional officer attacked Jl 3-5; 

Inmates enjoy the Fourth too Jl 5-1; Inmates told why no parole Jl 7-7; 
Barless prison set at Butner Jl 8-5; Better paroles deal for inmates (ed.) 
Jl 10-4; A short freedom from the wall Jl 11-5; Prison inmate surfaces 
from despair Jl 13-14; Inmates punished for not working Jl 14-5; 

Prison sessions explosive, dull Jl 16-1,9; Rally is slated on black 
inmates (by NC Black Convention) Jl 18-28; Mixed prospects for prison protest 
(ed.) Jl 20-4; Correctional research name given prison Jl 21-5; 



104 

PRISONS AND PRISONERS (Cont . ) 

Similar mattresses remain in Pitt jail following fire Jl 22-5; Employees 
disciplined at prison (Charlotte) Jl 27-8; Troubled prisoner (Ledford) climbs 
back inside Ag 4-5; Bounds advocates inmates earn their keep Ag 5-6; 8 
inmates file suit (Odom Prison Farm) Ag 9-6; 

Penal unit cuts proposed Ag 10-1; Logical step in prison reform (ed.) 
Ag 11-4; State senator (Strickland) backs proposed prison cuts Ag 11-8; 
Escapee's (Roberson) condition is fair Ag 16-5; Wake delays building of 
48 new jail cells Ag 18-44; State gets grant for job training Ag 19-7; 

Assault charged to Wake inmates Ag 23-31; Investigate security at Wake 
jail (ed.) Ag 26-4; Four escape prison here Ag 28-5; Four escapees cap- 
tured Ag 29-5; Officers, dogs hunt escapees at Brunswick S 1-5*; Investi- 
gation urged on prison sentencing S 1-7; 

Two are apprehended 4 hours after escape S 2-5; Two inmates face trial 
on jail (Wake Co.) assault charge S 6-5; Chavis demands black prisons 
commissioner S 10-1,5; Leaving death row may pose problems S 10-1,5; 
(Jaycee) inmates urged to 'contribute* S 10-1,6; 

(Central) prison examined by state bar S 16-8; Prison inmate on 
sentencing policy S 23-4; Prisons are places for punishment (ed.) S 23-4; 
NC official proposes alternatives to prison S 28-10; NC kidnapper escapee 
(Green) apprehended by FBI S 29-5*; NC clink: hare heaven S 29-7; 

(U. S. Civil) Rights panel to probe prisons 2-5; 111 inmate's release 
asked (Ingram) 6-5*; Newsman gain prison access 6-7; Bar panel impressed 
by prison (Morganton) 7-5; Central inmate dies in blaze 12-1; 2 inmates 
convicted of sex crime 12-5; Inmates charged in death 13-1; 

Polk escape fails for six; 2 shot 13-37; 2 inmates indicted in burning 
17-5*; Information panel set for prison (Orange Co. Correctional Unit) 
21-19; Probation project funds to increase 21-19; Roberson inmate killed 
in escape 22-1,5; Paroled Jaycee (Campbell) takes new job 28-5; 

Correctional officer (Hicks) beaten in resident's room (Correctional 
Center for Women) N 1-40; Freedom is brief (Fremont) N 2-6; Dramatist 
(Green) cited for prison work (Civil Liberties Union Award) N 4-5; Prison 
image changes (Orange Co. Correctional Unit) N 5-1,5; Inmate critically 
wounded in escape attempt at Polk N 13-36; 

Irmate dies from fire in Central Prison cell N 30-1; Prison trouble 
averted (Central Prison) N 30-15; Panel seeking black amnesty D 1-9; 
Minor fires set at Central Prison D 2-6; More fires reported at prison 
D 3-1,7; Two escape Central facility D 4-5; Cell death is ruled suicide 
(Central Prison fire) D 7-52; On the inside looking out... D 17-IV,3; 

Inmates, prisons and restaurants may benefit from cooking school (Central 
Prison) D 17-111,6; Inmate: tower is hell D 18-1; 'It really hurts' thinking 
about the years (Thacker) D 18-7; Cheap imprisonment is too costly (ed.) 
D 19-4; Scott urges penal reform lobby (by NC Bar Assoc.) D 22-8; 

Prisons declared inhumane D 22-12; 2 inmates stabbed in fight (Central 
Prison) D 23-6; Prison reform needs lobbyists (ed.) D 24-IV,4; Fewer drunks, 
mentally ill jailed D 30-5; Veteran (Central Prison) guard (O'Neal) resigning 
D 30-5; Two inmates flee at Cougars game D 30-6; 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 
see also 
CORRECTION DEPT ; SOCIAL REHABILITATION AND CONTROL 



105 

PRIVACY, INVASION OF 

School pregnancy test is an outrage (ed.) J 28-4; Ervin, stop army 
spying F 28-3; Ervin reports on spying F 29-1; New trial ordered in raid 
case Ag 31-18; No-knock tactics imperil policemen (ed.) S 3-IV,4; Law 
enforcement powers (arrests without warrants, simplified search procedures) 
proposed D 10-1,5; Police bill contains explosives (ed.) D 12-4; 

Chain (Eckerd's) to use lie detectors D 12-10; Lie detector becoming 
too popular (ed.) D 14-4; 
PRIVACY, INVASION OF 
see also 
ERVIN, SAM 
PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

NC school (Wilson Christian) may forfeit tax status J 19-21; Non- 
public enrollment up 347o F 25-5; Plans shaping to reopen school F 26-28; 
Public schools hold key to future (ed . ) F 28-4; Fair-share gifts asked M 24-5; 
Ravenscroft Dean elected Ap 5-5; No deluge at private schools here My 1-5; 
Teacher raps 'social mixing' Jl 17-5; Private schools thrive, affect 
others little S 25-36; Wake private school rolls go up again 25-38; 
PRIVATE SCHOOLS 
see also 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
PROBATION OFFICERS 

Probation officers (14) take oath J 18-15; 19 new probation officers 
sworn in before training Jl 11-6; 
PROSTITUTION 

Fayetteville prostitute ring ordered to leave Ag 27-1,5; 
PSYCHIC PHENOMENA 

Ghost 'Tony' of Southport F 25-5*; Magazine searching for GI ghost 
hunters Ag 9-5*; Voodoo hexes psychiatry 25-1; 'Beyond coincidence' 
(ESP) 29-V,l; 
PUBLIC DEFENDERS 
see 
LAWYERS 
PUBLIC HEALTH 
see 
MEDICINE AND HEALTH 
PUBLIC HOUSING 
see 
HOUSING 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS 

City official Bob Gatling charged (worthless checks) J 27-66; NC 
official's drunk driving trial underway M 21-19; Highway official handed 
sentence M 23-61; Judge (Chess) pleads no contest to speeding Jl 25-30; 
ABC official (Young) is arrested (drunk driving) Jl 29-5*; 

City (Rocky Mount) drops charges on embezzlement (Briley) Ag 17-52; 
Boshamer is sentenced for income violation Ag 30-5; Reservoir commission 
'honors' itself (ed.) S 6-4; US attorney Collidge quits S 9-1; Bowles 
proposes state ethics code S 13-8; Rate influence try (by Scott) hinted 
S 14-8; Scott calls Benoy a 'liar' S 15-1; 



106 

PUBLIC OFFICIALS (Cont . ) 

Bowles wants someone to probe shady deals S 15-9-A; Scott says letter 
(concerning airport runway) not recalled S 15-9-B; Wall Street opinion dis- 
counted by Wells (Scott-Benoy dispute) S 15-9-B; Scott has 'no apology' for 
Alamance projects S 16-1; Ex-safety chief (Johnson) fined on charge S 16-5; 

Morgan sidesteps Scott, Benoy fuss S 16-5; Benoy merely a thorough 
lawyer (ed.) S 18-4; Influence (by Scott on Utilities Commission) allegation 
reiterated (Benoy) S 28-1; Retiring officials honored (NC Savings and Loan 
League) S 30-19; Hall says Williams' seat legal (Raleigh) 13-48; 

Ex-state official (Bruton) arrested 21-30; Hunt proposes ethics law 
N 1-6; Bridge named for Biscoe man (Highway Commissioner Allen) N 3-12; 
Cohoon's calls billed to NC N 17-1; Cohoon offers check for telephone calls 
N 30-6; ABC chief (Cohoon) makes odd picture (ed.) D 4-4; Bruton gets $50 
fine in Wake court D 8-12; Irvin Aldridge resigns post at Commerce D 8-12; 

Faircloth home area roads got $6 million D 23-1; Utilities post goes to 
Roney D 30-1; Roney a utilities commissioner (ed.) D 31-IV,4; 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS 
see also 
CONFLICT OF INTEREST* STATE EMPLOYEES 
PUBLIC OPINION 

Military spending priority declines in student eyes J 6-22; Collegians 
think pornography bad J 20-22; Student unrest study released My 16-1; Tar 
Heels speak out (on moon landings) D 11-36; 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Rate hike requested by gas firm J 11-17; Bell grabbing on phone charges 
(ed.) J 28-4; Gas experts note energy crisis as national resources dwindle 
F 13-8; Bell bids for rate increase M 8-6; Chapel Hill phone company 
investigated by SBI M 17-5; UNC utilities study panel blamed for slow 
progress M 30-5; Sewer rate suit is filed (Carrboro) Ap 7-5; 

Utilities member (Rhyne) quits cases Ap 11-1; State utilities panel 
offers bills proposal Ap 28-11; Eastern area gets grants for utility im- 
provements My 4-5"; Warning given about energy rate increases My 11-17; 
Consumers' interest is getting lost in the regulatory shuffle My 14-IV,5; 

Wells raps rate order of agency Je 3-17; Cities' utility rate control 
challenged in Louisburg Je 9-5; Unfair taxation in power pricing (ed.) 
Je 12-4; Expenses for future disallowed in rates (telephone) Je 17-5; 
Officials plan renewed battle with waste (Chapel Hill) Jl 2-5; 

Raleigh council approves city-county utilities plan Jl 18-5; Treatment 
project delayed Jl 19-38; Southern Bell requests an added hike in rates 
Jl 22-7; Utility (Public Service Co.) asks for rate hike Jl 22-7; Wake OK's 
Raleigh sewer-water plan Ag 8-32; Columbia gets US sewer repair grant Ag 12-5; 

Bid to hike gas rates called off Ag 16-26; Phone Co. (General) sets rate 
hike Ag 23-6; Carrboro plans prepared for upgrading services (water, sewer) 
Ag 24-5; Court upholds phone rate hike (United) Ag 25-7; Firings tied to 
probe (Chapel Hill Telephone) Ag 29-5; NC court overturns gas hike (Public 
Service Co.) Ag 31-1; Barber's persistence pays off (water sewage plan) S 2-5; 






107 

PUBLIC UTILITIES (Cont.) 

Utility's rate hike cleared (General Telephone) S 3-1,5; Southern 
Bell asks rate rise S 9-7; September water bills bring some grumbling 
4-36; Duke seeking own utility (telephone) 10-5; Picturephones found 
too costly 12-35; Marion plant (waste water treatment) bond ok'd 16-5; 

Rate hike approved for Bell 18-1; Firm (Piedmont Natural Gas) reports 
lower income 21-6; Carrboro gives OK to bonds (water-sewer) N 9-5; Panel 
OK's phone rate hike following 'hopeless deadlock' (General Telephone) N 18-5; 
SBI completes utility probe (Chapel Hill Telephone Co.) N 22-5; 

Utility interest appeal sought N 26-1,5; Water sewer to share (Wake 
revenue-sharing) funds N 28-34; (Late-payment) penalty figure raises legal 
question (ed.) N 29-4; UNC utilities system won't be a giveaway N 30-5; Gas 
supply ample at NC Natural D 3-IV,8; 

US raises aid for waste plant (Raleigh) D 5-25; (NC Supreme Court) 
reverses (Public Service Co.) rate ruling D 14-8; Water, sewer lines be- 
coming big business in Wake County D 15-50; Advance phone billing is fought 
in New Bern D 19-5; Unit (NC Consumers Council) to appeal late charges 
D 20-8; (Phone Company) billing policy unfair to customers (ed.) D 26-4; 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
see also 
CHAPEL HILL? CONSUMER PROTECTION; ELECTRIC POWER; PUBLIC OFFICIALS; 

REVENUE SHARING; STRIKES," WATER 
PUBLIC WELFARE 

Error rate high in NC system of welfare aid J 5-1; Welfare mistakes 
shared? J 6-1; Welfare cleanup needed in NC (ed.) J 6-4; 8 ineligible 
recipients getting aid J 7-1; Morrisey criticizes Craig J 8-1; Some benefit 
errors lead to clients J 8-5; Welfare errors, backlog charged J 9-1; 

Welfare regulation suit 'could set a precedent' J 9-9; Directors shoot 
back at Craig J 12-1; Jordan vows welfare push J 13-1; State could operate 
welfare better (ed.) J 14-4; Welfare critics to get response J 14-9; Pitt 
County planning to hire welfare investigator J 22-5; 

AFDC welfare plan termed demeaning J 24-5; State to be asked to assume 
welfare administration J 27-19; 10-year statistics show family on welfare is 
younger, urban F 1-18; New way devised for funds M 9-10; NC to benefit if 
aid bill OK'd Ap 7-10; State welfare budget approved My 11-63; Proof of 
need in welfare hit Je 17-5; Welfare fraud charges laid Ag 31-1; 

Civic group plans probe in welfare fraud charges S 1-8; Solicitor plans 
charges against aid recipients S 2-30; NC plans drive on welfare fraud S 7-16; 
McGovern plan hit by Helms S 7-25; NC ties welfare to jobs S 9-7; Agencies 
begin welfare job plan S 16-8; 

NC official (Craig) favors 'workf are ' legislation 1-1,8; Elderly poor 
lose welfare benefits 4-1; Welfare drifts with criticism (ed.) 4-4; 
Crime, welfare worry eastern NC voters 19-1; Official (Winston) skirts 
welfare query (should counties or state administer?) N 3-35; 

Eight mothers jailed for welfare deceit N 13-26; Welfare trial indicted 
the system (ed.) N 14-4; Welfare mothers' terms suspended N 14-22; Welfare 
fraud warrants set (Wake Co.) N 18-10; Welfare fraud probe widens N 20-5; 
Welfare probe set in state N 23-1; 



108 

PUBLIC WELFARE (Cont . ) 

Welfare crackdown late and loud (ed.) N 28-4; 6 on trial in welfare 
earn case (Wake Co.) D 4-27; 6 welfare recipients sentenced D 5-1; NC 
may face cut in welfare D 6-1; Welfare board aims at frauds D 7-1; NC 
may face cut in welfare D 7-10*; Craig sees crisis in welfare D 7-11; 

Limited logic in welfare cutback (ed.) D 8-4; Low welfare checks said 
cause of 'cheating' D 10-1,1; Welfare reform to South's advantage? D 17-IV,2; 
If you're on welfare, it's a hard struggle D 25-1; Craig says (federal) 
welfare cut would hurt NC (dome) D 26-1; Welfare hike request slated D 26-1; 
PUBLIC WELFARE 
see also 
AGED AND AGE* ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMS; FRAUDS AND SWINDLING, MEDICINE AND 
HEALTH 
QUEENS COLLEGE 

Success not just a matter of degree (Phd ed.) Je 3-4; Lake Norman 
tract bought Jl 20-30; 
RARS 

Radio group patrols on Halloween N 1-5; 
ROWP 

see 
RIGHTS OF WHITE PEOPLE 
RACE RELATIONS 

Fuquay-Varina council votes against having relations unit J 6-54; Race 
relation gains seen at Wilmington J 13-27; Racial harmony in South noted 
Ap 1-5; 64 NC schools report flareups in 2 years Je 18-8; Militant white 
urges picketing Jl 3-5; White sets unrest blame Jl 7-6; Earl Cox asks new 
race attitude 7-19; 
RACE RELATIONS 
see also 
NEGROES,' DISCRIMINATION, SCHOOLS --DE SEGREGATION 
RACIAL VIOLENCE 
see 
VIOLENCE 
RADIATION AND RADIOACTIVITY 

Duke still missing radioactive capsule J 6-9; Radioactive capsules 
become 'hot' problem J 8-5; 
RADIO 
see 
TELEVISION AND RADIO 
RAILROADS 

Railway's report reflects economy link My 7-IV,9; Railroad agents dis- 
placed Jl 4-5*; Norfolk Southern RR shows loss Jl 29-9; Old 4501 to puff in 
Carolinas S 23-18; NC files protest to rate order D 5-8; 11 cars derail in 
Greenville D 30-5; 
RALEIGH 

Plans for Raleigh mall revealed F 9-1; How big is big enough? F 20-IV,3; 
Special section on schools F 27; Larger council urged M 10-5; 'Greenway' belt 
plan described M 10-27; Unpaved streets in poor areas spur questions M 21-5; 
Shoffner plan, status quo Ap 5-5; Antibias plan for city jobs made official 
Ap 18-26; Government form backed Ap 18-26; 



109 

RALEIGH (Cont.) 

Electronic plan for traffic OK'd My 5-23; Raleigh hires youth coordi- 
nator My 6-5; $9.2 million school budget recommended by board My 24-5; City 
awaits county on new 'fringe' Je 23-38; Official (Davis) appeals dismissal 
Je 28-5; 'Unlivable homes' blamed on Davis Jl 8-28; 

City fighting for zone increase Jl 11-7; Carson cites reasons for quitting 
RCA post Jl 11-28; Bid on development zone is protested by residents Jl 13-54; 
Housing Board upholds firing (Davis) Jl 21-38; Housing panel hit on firing 
(Davis) Jl 22-28; City hikes tax rate by 4 cents Jl 25-1; 

Texas Gulf Inc. expands office Jl 26-8; 'Mini-city' is planned north- 
east of Raleigh Jl 28-40; How big does Raleigh want to be? (ed.) Jl 30-IV,4; 
Mini-city would meet all needs Ag 6-1,8; Who really benefits from industrial 
growth? Ag 6-IV,3; Raleigh council asked to oppose rerouting (Oberlin Road) 
Ag 8-5; Council reform plan presented Ag 8-32; 

McCracken Supply Co. closing Ag 9-31; Change in voters' attitude seen 
in city election plan Ag 9-42; Initiative election calls for care (ed.) 
Ag 10-4; Approval snafu halts building (Koger Executive Center) Ag 10-5; 
Legal problems hold up action on election plan Ag 10-58; 

Groups push council plan Ag 11-40; Nelson advises Nov. 7 vote if election 
petition valid Ag 12-28; Southside renewal supervisor (High) named Ag 12-28; 
Oberlin Road plan facing first test Ag 13-1,7; Road project's opponents 
ready (Oberlin) Ag 14-5; 

Council election proposal unifies city civic groups Ag 14-36; Council 
change names checked Ag 15-5; Neighbors fear losing homes in Oberlin project 
Ag 15-34; Six Forks plan opposition mild Ag 16-36; Oberlin Road plan 
debated at hearing Ag 16-36; Oberlin project costs too much (ed.) Ag 17-4; 

Rebuilt council chambers to hold more spectators Ag 17-5; Halifax 
Street demolition to make way for state mall Ag 17-8; Petitions hit valid 
107 o mark Ag 18-44; City elections vote slated (on method of electing city 
council) Ag 22-1; Letter-writing effort opposes (Oberlin) Road project 
Ag 24-9; Civic group coalition to push for council election change Ag 24-64; 

Raleigh names personnel head (Dominick) S 1-42; Magic's of no use 
('no hood' ordinance) S 5-30; Council is object of study S 6-5; Hooded 
driver can ride again S 6-WA-9; King Drug Co. site is sold S 7-6; Kids 
take a gander at community services S 11-5; 

Changes (in council) opposed A 14-5; Inspector (Owens) leaving Raleigh 
S 15-5; Local issue (election of city council) too emotional (ed.) S 16-4; 
Street crumbles, neighbors irked S 18-36; (City Council) election notices 
OK'd S 19-5; Enloe argument (on election of council) isn't serious (ed.) 
S 21-4; City election plan draws opposition S 21-5; 

Civic group offers report on city thoroughfare plan S 22-46; Mini- 
city hearing requested S 22-46; Downtown mall study prepared S 26-32; 
District voting unusual in cities Raleigh's size S 28-5; Mini-city hearing 
may be held soon S 29-44; Downtown's ills pondered 1-1,1; 

Going downtown. .. for a day 1-1,4; Council opposes election changes 
3-32; City government hires contact representative (Plummer) 4-5; 
$120 million 'facelift' unveiled for downtown; proposals at a glance 5-1; 
Thoroughfares proposed; central area plan draws mostly positive reactions 5-10; 



110 

RALEIGH (Cont.) 

Raleigh's turn to step forward (ed.) 6-4; Mayor hits Boyd letter 
(on housing) 6-5; Boyd misspending his influence (ed.) 7-4; Bradshaw 
disputes Boyd's complaint 7-30; Designer (Batchelor) finds downtown 
plan 'about the best' 9-38; 

League (of Women Voters) opposes changes in council plan 10-32; 
Election changes debated 11-28; (Downtown) plan threat to historic area 
(Oakwood) 11-38; Hall says Williams' seat legal 13-48; Restoring 
Oakwood vitality is local residents' pride 16-5; 

Count full costs of Oberlin Road work (ed.) 17-4; City council will 
consider naming civic center panel 17-5; Downtown plan warning issued 
17-5; City inaugurates landfill 17-34; Discussion of 'mini-city' is 
promised 18-12-A; Oberlin plan is attacked 18-44; 

Downtown: for business and people (ed.) 20-4; Jaycees final group 
against council change 20-44; Chamber has criticism, no option (ed.) 
21-4; Blacks differ on council 21-30; Whatever happened to the 'used 
to be'? (ed.) 22-IV,4; Ballot offers chance to change council 23-36; 

Raleigh growth study launched 24-5; 'Tie vote' criticism countered 
(Council) 24-5; Triangle area rezoning voted 25-6; Store on creek 
approval urged 25-29; Shirley lambasts planners 25-38; Crabtree flood- 
way no place for store (ed.) 26-4; 

Planning board OK's more units in complex 26-5; Land use zoning 
rapped 26-56; Oakwood preservation society incorporates 27-5; Panel 
declines to support zoning change 27-50; Crabtree creek drugstore is opposed 
by Bradshaw 28-30; Census shows Raleigh prosperous, youthful 30-40; 

Winston-Salem aldermen feel ward system is best 31-32; Why chamber 
opposes Raleigh City Council districts N 5-IV,3; Transportation philosophy 
(Raleigh thoroughfare plan) is outdated (ed . ) N 6-4; Council district 
elections part of charter revisions N 6-46; 

City council postpones decision on drugstore (Crabtree) N 7-34; Council 
restructure narrowly approved N 8-44; Council election to see change N 9-62; 
Council again backs drugstore build bid N 14-7; Emergency phones installed 
N 15-46; Northeast Raleigh project (mini-city) is discussed at meeting N 17-5; 

City seeks law correlation N 17-46; Throngs watch Yule parade N 19-1,1; 
Black leader Ed Carson backed for Council seat; woman urged for panel seat 
N 25-30; Raleigh projects opposed N 26-1,8; Woman (Allen) seeks seat on 
council N 29-5; UN delegate (Brooks-Randolph) recalls Raleigh N 30-21; 

The crane problem was up in the air (crane stranded on courthouse) 
D 3-1,5; Canvassers to seek out residents' views on city D 4-8; Jones' 
house near proposed extension D 7-62; Losing service station (Abbott & 
Pierce) site becomes a moving experience D 7-62; 

Three faces of 0akwood--restored , maintained or updated D 17-111,2; 
Raleigh does much building D 19-27; Council picks two officials (Hill, 
Puryear) D 19-42; Out-of-doors: historic Oakwood needs renovation D 24-V,10; 
City, though, has tax stake (proposals for legislature) D 26-10; 

Pearce named head of Merchant's Bureau D 29-24; In 22 years, he (Carper) 
and Raleigh have grown up together D 31-IV,3; 
RALEIGH AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY 
see 
RARS 



Ill 

RAPE 

Behind the myths J 30-IV,l; Woman juror faints, judge rules mistrial 
(McClain) F 26-28; Jury mulls rape, burglary counts (Miller) M 10-27; 
Three men given life, 30 year terms (McLean) M 18-5* ; Four bound over in 
rape case My 2-5; Alleged attack related (Satchell) My 11-5*; 

Prep player (Barnhill) charged in rape case Je 26-5; Nurse's assistant, 
19, reports being attacked Jl 15-5; Garner man charged in assault at Meredith 
Jl 17-1; Bond denied in Meredith assault case (Humphrey) Jl 18-5; Hearing 
set on assault (Humphrey) Jl 24-34; Inmate charged in assault Jl 25-5; 

Assault hearing continued (Humphrey) Jl 25-30; City man (Mitchell) 
arrested in assault here Ag 18-5; Rape victims fear legal nightmare Ag 28-13; 
Wake woman raped in home S 20-5; Girl reports rape in Raleigh S 27-5; 
Hearing held in rape case (St. Mary's student) 17-5; 

Rape victim (Wortham) identifies man 26-5; Mistrial declared in rape 
case 27-50; Man (Humphrey) sentenced in rape case (Meredith student) N 
10-44; Wake woman (McPhail) reports rape N 17-16; Local man (Mitchell) 
sentenced in rape D 2-5; 
RAPE 

see also 
ASSAULT 
REAL ESTATE 

Reforms urged in real estate (Link) Ag 20-IV,9; Dare beach property 
prices go up, up, up S 3-IV,9; New Hope Reservoir land prices up N 10-5; 
Buyers get cold feet on tombstone patio N 18-5; 
REALTORS 

Give award, install chief J 16-14; Realtors hear eyesores hit S 15-5; 
Realtors elect president 15-1,5; He's really concerned about the state of 
real estate (Kenney) D 3-IV,3; 
RECREATION 

Surfing lake shapes up amid pines J 29-5; Mini-vacation with snow 
J 30-111,1; Polo, anyone? J 30-V,l; Pavilion's fate may be determined 
F 12-5*; Winter spectacular (foxhunt) F 20-111,1; Harnett aims rule at 
carnivals M 7-5; A good high, even coming down (ballooning) M 12-V,6; 

Pinehurst open only to members M 17-5*; Onslow adopts rule on boating 
M 21-5*; Animal lovers to scrutinize hunt M 22-5*; Fox hunters also elusive 
M 24-5; Oh deer! Foxes like doggoned hunt M 25-5; Stoneybrook races not 
just for kings Ap 16-5; Meet the human hawks (gliders) Ap 23-V,l; 

Summer vacation special section My 21-V; Witch is tops in Land of Oz 
Jl 21-5; Riders (Raleigh Pony Club) are rally bound Jl 22-9; The making of 
a sailing family Jl 23-111,7; Hula hoopers in NC give contest a spin Jl 29-28; 
Rec funds ready Ag 4-8; 'The game of frog* excites Raleigh man Ag 13-IV,10; 

Garner gets funds for recreation Ag 17-5; Fischer and Spassky have 
nothing on these NCSU movers Ag 27-IV,3; Handicapped learning to ride (horse- 
back) N 26-IV,3; 100,000 Tar Heels play tennis regularly D 3-11,14; House- 
wives escape to bowling alleys D 8-19; Ski slopes ready for good year D 31-1,14; 
RECREATION 
see also 
ATHLETICS, TOURIST TRADE 



112 

REGIONAL PLANNING 
see 
CITY PLANNING AND REGIONAL PLANNING 
REHABILITATION 
see 
JUVENILE CORRECTION; PRISONS AND PRISONERS," SOCIAL REHABILITATION AND CONTROL 
RELIGION 

'The gift of tongues' F 13-IV,1; Sect (Children of God) seeks new life 
Je 5-5; 'Eck' inspires soul brothers Je 30-5; Crusade comes to North Hills 
(Unification Church) Jl 4-26; Church complex planned Jl 28-5; Colloquium 
begins on 'civil religion' (Wake Forest) 31-23; 

Theologians see politics as key to US religion (Southeastern Baptist 
Seminary Colloquium) N 1-8; 
RELIGION 

see also 
GRAHAM, BILLY; KEY 73," names of denominations 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 

GOP names a black to win blacks' vote J 25-5; Mrs. Rohrer heading 
GOP My 19-1; Wake Republicans declare unity following squabble My 19-5; 
GOP chairman holds out Je 7-1; NC GOP tries to unify party Je 9-1; Rouse 
resigns, GOP postpones talk by Agnew Je 14-1; 

Rouse's resignation in mind as GOP holds convention Je 17-5; Rouse 
reelected GOP chairman Je 18-1; Local Young Republicans try beer party 
politics Ag 15-5; Rouse uninjured in plane crash Ag 15-5; Republicans in 
Cary hear candidates at GOP rally Ag 17-5; 

NC GOP delegates back conservative line in Miami Ag 20-1,2; Small 
number of blacks noted (at national convention) Ag 23-1; Tar Heel GOP 
candidates will meet Nixon today (dome) S 7-1; Hawke , Helms, Holshouser go 
see President S 9-7; GOP stresses NC education S 10-1,5; 

NC GOP adopts platform S 11-5; Republicans greet Agnew S 23-7-B; 
Gardner to replace Holshouser at dinner (dome) S 28-1; He's booking agent, 
too (Jonas) S 29-33; Rouse rallies students 1-1,20; Republicans plan 
meeting with Nixon 12-6; Cox, Mizell boost GOP hopefuls at rally 31-6; 

State GOP makes offer to McGovern 31-23; McKissick discourages ideas 
of all-white GOP N 2-9; 1,500 cheer Holshouser, Gardner at GOP rally here 
N 4-7; Big challenges for GOP winners (ed . ) N 9-4; GOP gains 20 seats in 
legislature N 9-18; Holshouser calls halt to Rouse aide's spadework (dome) 
N 22-1; Tar Heel GOP sets pre-assembly meet N 23-9; 

NC GOP reminded of assembly minority N 26-1,5; Senator selection rapped 
(Rowan Co. Comm. 's choosing Butner to. replace Kirk) D 20-34; 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 
see also 
ELECTIONS BOARD; POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 
RESCUE SQUADS 

Wake rescue units receive grant S 12-32; Association taps chief (White) 
S 26-5; 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE 

Rotary Club seeks park in Triangle M 14-9; Statistical division of 
Triangle studies M 29-5; Drug firm to dedicate building Ap 7-10; 



113 

RESEARCH TRIANGLE (Cont . ) 

A spirit of 'Wellcome' pervades dedication rites Ap 8-7; Pollution 
monitoring studied Ap 11-5; Pollution monitoring studied Ap 13-21; Poor 
construction alleged (Burroughs Wellcome) My 2-34; Tobacco firm head 
(Harrington) research chairman My 10-5; 

Triangle cities' BBB inaugurated Je 13-5; Technitrol sets plant's 
closing Jl 13-12; Triangle chosen for policies board (Southern Growth) 
Ag 12-17; Ecological transfer questioned (Galif ianakis) 4-5; Nick: 
GAO to probe research project move 19-13; 

Ecology unit (Environmental Protection Agency) shifts perilous opera- 
tions N 2-1; EPA (Environmental Protection Agency): no funds for lab fixup 
N 11-5; 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE 

RTI designed probe unit Jl 23-1,4; Endless journey to measure Stardust 
Jl 30-IV,3; Finklea to direct (National Environmental Research Center) Ag 
25-5; Survey seeks opinions of the poor on needs N 16-28; RTI contract 
revenue is up N 17-5; 
RESERVOIRS 
see 
ENVIRONMENT f NEUSE RESERVOIR; NEW HOPE RESERVOIR 
RESORTS 

Resort set for Calabash S 21-45; No water, but Sagamore lots sell 
S 23-5; 
RESORTS 

see also 

beaches; tourist trade 
restaurants 

see 
HOTELS; MOTELS AND RESTAURANTS 
RETAIL STORES AND TRADE 

Crabtree project moving J 28-32; Crabtree Valley shopping center opens 
today, special section Ag 2; Mall (Crabtree) opens for thousands Ag 3-1; 
Raleigh retail sales up Ag 3-26; Mac Josephs opens new store Ag 17-33; 
Crabtree 's effect on shopping elsewhere in city 'minimal' Ag 22-19; 

Downtown area loses 2 stores S 1-29; Window displays tell stories S 6-11; 
Jones plans another mall S 12-32; Pak House magic comes in boxes S 22-17; 
Briggs : a durable citadel S 24-IV,l; So put that in your pipe... S 24-V,l; 
North Hills executive (Brandon) is moving 7-6; 

Thalhimers second store in Raleigh opens Monday 15-1,13; New sliding 
door in use 23-7; Last NC FS Gold Stamp store closes 28-17; Montaldo's 
opens here N 14-23; Jewelry store (Bowman's) sold to Saloun N 17-33; Chain 
(Big Bear of NC) announces shopping center N 18-32; 

Statistics: gloom, joy, puzzles N 19-IV,8; Growing pains assail Crab- 
tree fountain pool N 30-52; Crabtree 's fountain does it again (ed.) D 4-4; 
Raleigh second in retail sales D 5-21; Shopping in the counter culture 
D 6-WA-10; Fountain: a sop story (Crabtree Valley) D 8-5; NC shopping 
centers having green Christmas D 11-5; 

Cold coal stove has its warmth (Strickland's general store, Calypso) D 29-5; 
RETARDED 

see also 
HANDICAPPED; MENTAL RETARDATION 



114 

REVENUE DEPT 
see 
STATE REVENUE 
REVENUE SHARING 

Pleas made for revenue sharing Ag 16-5; Cuts urged in utility, tax 
rates (Wilmington) S 26-5*; NC counties' share of revenue proposal 1-1,9; 
State expecting US check soon 17-25; Officials planning uses of revenue 
18-12; Fund sharing monies still not allocated (Chapel Hill) 19-5; 

Gill cautions on US funds 23-5; Look this gift horse in the mouth 
(ed.) 24-4; Revenue sharing criticized (Pettyjohn) 24-8; Scott forms 
revenue panel N 14-7; (Wake) board slates funds for water, sewer use N 16-29; 
Hunt: use funds to buy parklands N 22-7; 

City smiles, but Wake frowns at revenue share D 9-6; US funds to boost 
capital improvements D 15-5; One mayor sees the mixed blessing (ed.) D 18-4; 
80 counties facing cuts in sharing D 30-5; 
RIGHTS OF WHITE PEOPLE 

Rights leader (Gibson) files for governor J 28-22; ROWP opens office 
near Chavis Church F 1-5*; ROWP leader resigns post F 5-5*; ROWP members' 
trial to begin M 1-5*; Unrest violation charged to three Ag 19-19; 
RIGHTS OF WHITE PEOPLE 
see also 
WILMINGTON 
RIOTS 
see 
VIOLENCE 
ROADS 
see 
HIGHWAYS 
ROANOKE RAPIDS 

(75th anniversary) pageant starting Ag 22-5; 
ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 

Shoplifters operating J 1-6; Cumberland bank heist nets $2,500 J 11-17; 
Men get 20 years for armed robbery J 18-17; Barricade stops bus hijack F 7-1; 
Three rob bank in Durham F 24-5; 15 arrested in theft ring in Asheville M 2-21; 
Check cashing, crashing case M 18-5; 

Two (Ragin, Logan) given 10-15 years M 29-5*; Former Raleigh man (McCoy) 
charged in hijack Ap 10-1; Big inventory shortage checks sale of company 
(Crown Aluminum) My 12-5; Three rob bank in Battleboro My 27-5; License 
number would aid property tracing Je 26-5; 

Police investigating armed robbery report Jl 21-5; Robbers grab $15,000 
to tune of loud alarm (Goldston) Jl 22-5; Apologetic bandit holds up theater 
Jl 29-28; Robbery attempt ends in shootout Jl 29-28; Long-dead infant's 
casket is stolen Ag 1-5; Suspect is questioned in casket removal case Ag 2-5; 

Three gun-robbery suspects caught in high-speed chase (Arapahoe) Ag 3-5; 
No loot in looted grave Ag 5-1; Masked men hold up Denver bank Ag 5-5; 
Setting odds for burglars Ag 6-1,5; Bandits rob Waxhaw Bank Ag 9-5; More 
charges filed (Porter) Ag 16-5*; Locks may buy security Ag 18-17; 

Man held up while asking directions Ag 22-23; Bank holdup nets $2,500 
(Chapel Hill) Ag 24-5; Quick bandits grab $29,313 S 1-5; Two men fined 
$600 for removing body S 2-5; A personalized sale S 13-7*; 



115 

ROBBERIES AND THEFTS (Cont.) 

Post office robbed of $454 at Wendell S 17-1,5; Pistol wounds fatal to 
man S 19-32; Holdup rash, drugs linked S 30-19; Robberies close bank (Char- 
lotte) S 30-19; Garment-grabber goofed getaway 3-32; Tobacco truck hi- 
jacked (Goldsboro) 5-5; Student robbery charged to two 7-5; 

NC legislator's son (Reed) is charged in robbery 7-18; Jack-in-the- 
box try charged to five (Greensboro) 8-1,20; Special pencils help police 
combat theft 12-50; Bank is robbed in Macclesfield 14-5; 150 guns stolen 
at store here 17-5; NC bank robberies total 50 20-33; 

Six youths held (vending machine thefts) 26-5*; Greensboro mayor's 
father shot to death 26-26; Bank suffers third robbery (Charlotte) N 7-5*; 
Two rob Fountain bank; manager is taken hostage N 11-5; Bank bandits captured, 
hostages freed on 1-85 N 15-1; Chase ends with gunfire N 15-2; 

Proprietor left armed shoots fleeing bandits N 15-5; Holdup hostage 
'still shook up' N 16-1; Robbery suspect is ex-convict (hijacking attempt) 
N 17-5; Five arrested in robberies (Wake Co.) N 18-5; Cigarette truckload 
is stolen (Kernersville) N 19-1,5; 

Property-engraving project catches on N 19-1,9; 7 robbed at Garner 
(Country) Club N 20-42; Ex-Laurinburg officer (McNair) cleared N 28-5; 
Water, sewer to share funds (Wake Co.) N 28-34; Stolen cigarette shipment 
found N 29-14; Gunmen leisurely rob gas stations, customers N 30-5; 

Banker, US attorney offer views on deterrents to NC bank holdups D 9-5; 
5 sentenced in plane plot (scheme to steal securities) D 9-23; 
ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 
see also 
EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPROPRIATION 
ROCKY MOUNT 

Defers action on ward plan M 14-5; Rain in their drain is mainly a 
pain Ap 23-1; 
ROLLER DERBY 

Roughhouse in the round F 27-V,l; 
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Clothing rule removes nuns (Fayetteville) S 6-25; Nuns join new diocese 
S 13-57; Black cleric (Howze) looks ahead N 20-29; Sacred Heart school to 
lose its teachers (summary of nuns leaving Raleigh diocese) D 9-34; Cathedral 
seeks order of nuns D 13-35; 
SBI 

SBI to reorganize, agency head says Je 30-8; SBI gets $182,000 grant 
Ag 8-1; Local organized crime a prime focus of SBI Ag 12-7; Morgan rejects 
rehiring fired SBI officer (Pearce) N 11-6; 
SCLC 

see 
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 
SAINT ANDREWS COLLEGE 

St. Andrews expecting 900 total S 13-2; 
SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 

St. Aug's graduates 205 My 8-5; St. Augustine's financially stable 
Jl 20-29; Professor (Jones) awarded full grant Jl 28-11; $1,000 fund set 
up at St. Augustine's Ag 27-1,9; Record set at St. Aug f s S 9-30; St. Aug. 
aims at needs S 13-2; Accept calling, students told 4-5; 



116 

SAINT MARY'S JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Students plead in behalf of expelled girl F 23-32; Commencement held 
at St. Mary's My 14-1,4; St. Mary's opening typical S 13-3; Famed director 
(Stamey) takes her curtain call 29-V,2; 
SALES TAX 
see 
TAXES 
SALVAGE, MARINE 
see 
SHIPS AND SHIPPING --SALVAGE 
SAMARKAND MANOR 

Samarkand girls find poetry a good release Ag 16-15; 
SANFORD, TERRY 

Suit's just business M 8-7; Terry Sanford greets hometown folks Ap 21-7; 
Sanford chosen for award (National Conference of Christians and Jews) Ag 29-22; 
Sanford agrees to head board on (national) party charter 27-5; Terry Sanford 
denies interest in party job (dome) N 23-1; 
SANFORD, TERRY 
see also 
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 
SCHOOL BUSES 

Pupils escape hurt in bus wreck J 29-28; City 'lucky' with old buses 
J 31-30; Candidate (Bullock) against busing law F 13-19; Tar Heel busing 
alternatives sink, surface F 20-IV,5; Busing foes lose round in battle 
F 23-7; School issue important in Wake spring primary F 28-5; 

Seven-year-old Raleigh boy killed getting off school bus M 4-5; Fatality 
renews debate on leased bus marking; Decision on buses expected; Bus driving, 
it's not so bad M 6-30; No special safety standards required for leased 
buses; 63-bus purchase approved M 7-26; 

Antibusing groups formed by parents (Wake Co.) M 8-6; Wynne plans 
legislation for school child's safety M 8-32; No probable cause found in 
death M 9-5; Swing-out stop signs planned for chartered school buses M 11-28; 
Taylor, ease off issue of busing M 15-1; 

Bowles outlines stand on school busing issue M 17-8; Text of Nixon's 
speech M 17-8; Scott hits Nixon's stand M 18-6; Student buses add warning 
devices M 22-5; School bus driver dies in accident M 23-70; Sanford hits 
judge in bus rule M 25-17; 

New politicians of South collide on busing problem (symposium at UNC-CH) 
M 28-5; Parents get bus safety survey M 30-68; Racial balance key to bus 
opposition Ap 10-1; Unified policy on schools sought Ap 12-5; Wallace role 
on busing weighed Ap 19-1; School child killed at bus stop Ap 19-38; 

Churchmen back busing My 3-30; Raleigh AAUW to oppose anti-busing My 4-5; 
School buses may get new guidelines My 11-16; An extra victim of racial 
busing (ed . ) My 14-IV,4; Busing plan would affect NC districts My 21-5; Hot 
busing issue cooler now My 28-1; 

Citizens' group files alternate busing plan Je 27-30; Standing on buses 
goes on Jl 4-12; Bus decision to come soon Jl 12-32; Busing issue cools off 
in NC Jl 14-9; City requests 30 state buses Jl 27-7; School bus delivery 
late Ag 15-6; State to lend city 15 buses Ag 17-62; 



117 

SCHOOL BUSES (Cont.) 

Cave-in of conscience on busing (ed.) Ag 19-4; Nick hails busing bill 
Ag 19-19; Busing funds redirection supported (Pettyjohn) S 10-1,20; Busing 
issue could backfire in Wake S 24-IV,4; Merger busing, court linked S 28-56; 
Carteret officials in squabble 3-5*; Busing studies conflict in local 
merger battle 4-1; Galif ianakis , Helms agree busing undesirable 10-6; 

Busing cited as cause of opposition (Raleigh-Wake Co.) 11-5; Anti- 
merger spokesman: busing not prime issue 12-5; Carteret to get additional 
buses 17-5*; Nick: antibusing stand 'very clear' 19-17; Schools are 
optimistic on busing (Charlotte) N 19-1,5; Bus rule request slated for 
Assembly (to allow children within a mile and a half to ride bus) D 8-6; 
SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS 

Wake offers lunch aid S 14-46; School lunches: yuk or yum? 8-111,1; 
SCHOOLS 

NC school districts may be changed J 14-34; HEW asks refund of $2.9 
million in NC F 9-1; Federal audit finds aid diverted from purpose F 10-1; 
Federal audit needs close look (ed.) F 11-4; Warren official criticizes 
Phillips F 11-5*; Unwritten policy, pregnant girl must leave F 28-22; 
Supreme Court hears Halifax school plea M 2-5; 

Let pregnant students stay in school (ed.) M 4-4; School redistricting 
delayed in Orange M 10-5; Orange school panel hires safety officer M 14-5; 
Double shift proposed for Durham schools M 16-21; Mothers, schools dis- 
couraging aid M 16-31; Realignment plan (Chapel Hill) M 24-5; 

Parents critique schools M 27-32; Pregnant pupil policy changed M 29-32; 
Volunteers lend spark to schools (Chapel Hill) Ap 2-5; Quality of schools 
worries parents Ap 14-48; Wake County school board approves upgrading plan 
Ap 21-48; Standardized schools urged Ap 24-28; 

Expert denounces school lease plan Ap 30-14; New type classroom coming 
My 11-35; Two shifts studied in Chapel Hill schools My 12-5; Double shift 
school plan protested (Chapel Hill) My 17-5; School enrollment rising Je 8-16; 
Court action settles Halifax school case Je 23-1; 

Schools here rediscovering use of standardized tests Jl 10-30; County's 
art, music program in jeopardy Jl 11-28; Point plan scores well with teachers, 
pupils Jl 19-38; Public school optimism seen (Phillips) Jl 20-29; Scott 
hopeful on schools Jl 25-9; Schools to get $201,880 in grants Jl 25-30; 

Alamance school setup protested Jl 29-5; Court may decide school dispute 
(Meclenburg Co.) Jl 30-1,14; Back-to-school spells excitement Ag 20-111,1; 
Room 2 holds promise of adventure Ag 20-111,1; Wayne awaits fate of funds 
(Emergency School Assistance) Ag 23-5*; 

New support cited for public schools (Phillips) Ag 29-5; Enrollment to 
drop Ag 30-8; Clinton board makes change S 1-7; Harnett school bond asked 
S 6-25; Merger council appoints panels S 15-9-B; Get ready for the year- 
round school in NC S 17-IV,3; NC schools form new consortium 4-8; 

Broughton document (student constitution) is ratified 20-5; Indians 
win meeting on schools (Lumberton) N 1-5; Durham bonds defeated N 9-5; 
Indians discuss schools with Robeson officials N 11-5; Compromise plan offered 
on funds, school transfers (Raleigh-Wake) N 14-32; 

School visitor ruling upset (Charlotte) N 16-15; Expanded board sought 
(Wake Co.) N 16-50; Schools said ignoring laws for handicapped N 17-1; Groups 
name choices (Raleigh board) N 22-32; Seek school need facts N ?3-9; 



118 

SCHOOLS (Cont.) 

School officials, planning chief meet N 23-68; Malone named to school 
board D 5-7; Board seek to ease Millbrook crowding D 5-36; Public schools 
can't do it all (ed.) D 6-4; Official's aim: school quality (Malone, Raleigh 
Board) D 6-5; Wake Board pressured for added classrooms D 6-WA-10; 

(Wake) board renews construction fund plea D 7-5; Urban school area 
cleanup urged (Allen case before 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals) D 8-5; 
Whatever happened to school spirit? D 9-12; Bertie school accrediting is 
denied (Windsor Elementary) D 13-5; 

Teems explore what's wrong with schools D 16-10; Schools packed with 
children (Wake Co.) D 18-40; (Wake) officials plan school proposals (to 
legislature) D 24-1,7; Teachers offer new (discipline) policy (Charlotte) 
D 28-5; 
SCHOOLS 

see also 
EDUCATION,* PRIVATE SCHOOLS," STUDENTS; TEACHERS; VANDALISM 
SCHOOLS- -ADMINISTRATION 

Charges against educator detailed J 7-5; Wayne dismissal hearing 
focuses on registrations J 8-16; Goldsboro hearing is shifted J 9-5; State 
school chief said unfair to women J 10-5; Phillips praises James' record 
J 12-5; Charges denied by schoolman (James) J 14-9; 

Supt. James fired, court blocks move J 20-1; Efforts to keep job fail 
for Wayne school head F 1-5; Political, legal action urged to support fired 
leader F 10-37; Waters to head Onslow schools M 11-5*; School head (Paschal) 
expense audit asked M 17-5; 

Danielson selected again chairman of school board (Wake Co.) Ap 5-5; 
Goldsboro educator quits Ap 6-5; 3 superintendents for schools picked Je 6-7; 
Ex-school chief (James) sues successor Jl 14-27; School officials open 
session Jl 24-5; Court review ordered for fired school man (James) Ag 3-5; 

School chief answers suit (Goldsboro) Ag 5-5; High school head picked 
(Gaston High) Ag 9-5; Profile drawn of schoolman S 17-1,7; Principal 
actually makes it 'sort of fun to go to school (Tench) 8-IV,3; Admini- 
strative skills sought 16-6; 

Clark leaving as principal of Enloe High 26-5; Principals told of 
challenges N 13-5; School activity plans left up to principals N 14-5; 
Board okays settlement for Wayne educator (James) D 5-5; Principal (Herndon) 
appointed for Enloe D 16-5; 

SCHOOLS --ATTENDANCE 

Trial set for sect (True Light Church of Christ) My 1-5; Sect gets charges 
dropped My 13-5*; Judge clears parents (True Light Church of Christ) Je 10-5*; 
SCHOOLS- -DESEGREGATION 

Principal (Goldsboro) listens, solves school's racial problems J 9-4; 
Walkouts improved Fike school (Wilson) F 4-5*; Troubled school stays shut 
(St. Pauls) F 14-5; High school in Trenton reopens F 16-5*; Statesville 
school suffers racial tension F 17-9; 

Violence, threats disrupt schools F 18-28; Hidden gulfs underlying 
public school integration F 27-1; Desegregation talks planned (Raleigh) 
M 8-32; Study, integration helps students M 12-1; School board must decide 
'golden Ghettos' question M 15-36; Schools close at Southport M 25-5*; 



119 

SCHOOLS --DE SEGREGATION (Cont . ) 

Desegregation plans aired (Raleigh) M 28-26; Blacks protest selections 
for school event (Garner) M 29-23; Desegregation plan (Raleigh) expected 
next week Ap 26-38; Hanover school plan OK'd Ap 28-5*; UNC television net- 
work plans integration series Ap 30-16; Mattamuskett high closed My 20-5*; 

School closing (Hyde Co.) draws critics My 24-5; Racial climate in 
schools called much better by Scott My 27-5; Raleigh school board sticks 
with pupil plan Je 13-1; City to submit school plan to district court Je 
16-40; All schools in compliance of Rights Act Je 24-5; 

Five city groups to attend Raleigh schools hearing Je 24-5; Citizens' 
group files alternate busing plan Je 27-30; Court approves Raleigh's plan 
on integration Jl 19-1; Raleigh school board earns thanks (ed.) Jl 23-IV,4; 
TV school integration series to air two Raleigh interviews Jl 24-34; Princi- 
pals encourage parents' involvement Ag 4-5; 

Raleigh school plan gets backing Ag 21-5; NC school climate highly 
lauded S 8-7; School racial tension studies will continue S 13-57; Violence 
at Fike High (Wilson) S 27-5*; Situation cooler at Fike (Wilson) S 28-5*; 
Merger busing, court linked S 28-56; 

Wake Board given reassignment study 3-5; Zebulon black students 
walk away from classes 26-56; Zebulon High orderly; class boycott still 
on 27-5; Charlotte students arrested 28-18; High school to reopen 
(Charlotte) 30-29; Schools' racial mix changes few N 4-34; 

Whites boycott at Millbrook N 7-25; Holly Springs plan backed N 14-32; 
Schools are optimistic on busing (Charlotte) N 19-1,5; State schools face 
fund loss (Emergency School Assistance Program) D 5-5; Changes ahead for 
troubled Fike High School D 9-5; 
SCHOOLS- -DESEGREGATION 
see also 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS; INDIANS; SCHOOL BUSES; VIOLENCE 
SCHOOLS --DISTURBANCES 

Students, teachers view school unrest differently J 1-5; Racial distur- 
bance hits high school in Trenton F 17-5*; Scotland High shut after distur- 
bance M 11-5; Police watch school after disturbance (Greenville) M 15-5*; 
Vanceboro school situation calmer M 24-5*; Littlefield school shut as others 
open M 29-5*; Scott eyes school disorders Ap 1-5; Fights disrupt Rose High 
Ap 21-5*; Rose High calm under watch of policemen Ap 25-5*; 

Disorder at assemblies concerns Broughton High My 5-5; Sanderson relaxes, 
brotherhood reigns My 5-52; No comment by principal of Broughton My 6-5; 
Calmer, brighter opening for schools seen by Scott S 1-5; Classes resume 
(Lumberton) 10-23; Board asked to reinstate 2 (Lumberton) 13-37; 

11 hurt in fight at school (Asheville) 19-5; Indians square off with 
deputies (Lumberton) 31-5; Students held in disturbance (Wilson) N 16-5*; 
9 hurt in affray at school (Durham) D 2-5; 
SCHOOLS-- INTEGRATION 
see 
SCHOOLS - -DE SEGREGAT ION 
SCHOOLS --MERGERS 

Wake, city school boards air proposed merger plan F 24-5; Group opposes 
schools, merger (Raleigh-Wake) M 14-5; Combined schools suggested (Goldsboro- 
Wayne) Jl 19-5; Ten reasons for local school merger (ed.) Ag 9-4; City, Wake 
school merger opponents standing firm Ag 9-5; 



120 

SCHOOLS --MERGERS (Cont . ) 

Knowles quits merger study Ag 10-5; Nicholson appointed chairman 
(Raleigh merger committee) Ag 11-40; Merger meeting open to public Ag 17-1; 
Assignment study backs merger Ag 18-1; School merger decides boards in Wake 
Ag 20-1,12; Merger (Kinston-Lenoir) suggested Ag 22-5; 

School board OK's merger study Ag 23-7; Board members undermining merger 
(ed.) Ag 24-4; New coalition to push merger Ag 28-40; Merger drive is 
launched by city-county coalition Ag 29-32; City school officials are absent 
as Wake board discusses merger Ag 31-5; 

Alternate merger plan offered by McCluskey S 7-46; The arguments against 
school merger (ed.) S 17-IV,4; Merger campaign initiated S 20-40; Wake group 
releases anti-merger report S 20-40; Educators bat about school merger issue; 
anti-merger group forms S 22-46; Advocate of merger responds to charges S 23-30; 

Merger issue 'pressure' cited; (Peabody) report often cited, seldom read 
S 27-40; Fussell compromises professionalism (ed.) S 28-4; Merger busing, 
court linked S 28-56; Johnson to sponsor a bill if school merger is voted 
S 29-5; Cary city council opposes merger S 30-30; 

School officials disagree over merger conditions S 30-30; Busing studies 
conflict in local merger battle 4-1; Merger dispute heats up here 5-1; 
Wake board lays a smokescreen (ed.) 5-4; Specifics of merger plan debated; 
King says county study 'deceiving' on transfers 6-44; 

Millbrook data cited in study (Raleigh-Wake) 7-30; Pro-merger letter 
circulated; chamber backs merger 10-5; Old and new merger plans said alike; 
arguments offered against school plan; Akins : planning time adequate for 
merger 11-5; Demagoguery hides merger's promise (ed.) 12-4; 

Antimerger spokesman: busing not prime issue 12-5; Citizens voice 
confusion over school merger 12-50; Merger's simple theme ringed by 
complex issues 15-1,1; Raleigh-Wake Co. merger 15-1,4; Anti-merger 
stand self-defeating (ed.) 16-4; Merger OK'd in two urban areas 16-36; 

Merger foe dominates discussion Akins absent 20-5; Area students 
take look at school merger proposal; teachers ask merger position 24-34; 
Board votes on teacher status (Raleigh-Wake) 25-5; Schools issue 'fact 
sheet' (Raleigh-Wake) 26-13; 2 groups take stand on merger 27-5; 

Wake school merger: an opponent — and a proponent, speak 29-IV,3; 
(Wake Co.) merger opponents misrepresenting case (ed.) 30-4; Merger funds 
said available 31-1; Educator (Supt. Ward of Winston-Salem-Forsythe system) 
points out merger pros, cons 31-5; 

Forsyth experience supports merger (ed.) N 2-4; Ad supporting merger 
strongly criticized N 3-46; (Gentry) merge remark rebutted (by Williams) 
N 4-34; Students correct merger poll N 5-1,5; School merger: weigh evi- 
dence (ed.) N 5-IV,4; Voters seen confused on merger N 6-5; Merger battle 
costs $16,000 N 7-5; Local school merger fails N 8-1; 

Wake, Raleigh voters defeat school merger N 8-12; Race balances said 
key to merger votes (Phillips) N 9-7; Sides in school merger fuss to go to 
Assembly N 9-62; Orange merger pushed (Dept. of Public Instruction) D 7-5; 
SCHOOLS --REVENUE 

Projects imperiled by surplus mixup (Chapel Hill-Carrboro) Jl 19-5; 
Iredell County boards settle fund dispute Ag 9-14; School bond vote requested 
(Phillips) Ag 12-7; NC education heads ask 2 in-depth finance studies Ag 17-10; 



121 

SCHOOLS --REVENUE (Cont . ) 

School merger obstacle not seen in tax question Ag 17-62; School bond 
voted down (Cabarrus Co . ) S 11-24; Surry County bond is OK'd S 24-1,5; 
Effectiveness of schools unknown (ed.) 29-IV,4; State schools face fund 
loss (federal desegregation funds) D 5-5; Bond vote willingness now noted 
D 22-12; 

SCHOOLS --TRANS PORT AT ION 
see 
SCHOOL BUSES 
SCOTT, BOB 

Lame-duck Gov. attempts to keep his clout J 1-1; Scott, Holshouser 
clash over probe J 14-1; Money in tow sack not on Scott report; Scott not 
talking about finances J 28-1; Scott's administration is subject of new 
book Ag 5-8; His golf sccre was unplanned Ag 8-5; 

First family leaves mansion Ag 29-12; Scott is kidded over his golf 
S 6-5; Gov. Scott to get (Employment of the Handicapped) award S 21-19; 
Fond fun (ed.) S 22-14; Scott heads nationwide education task force (dome) 
S 24-1,1; Introducing governor can be a tough job (dome) S 29-1; 

No new taxes 'not realistic" (Scott) 4-26; Scott and some aides are 
getting job offers (dome) 6-1; Scott unknown to Nebraskans 6-5; Scott 
gets degree 16-5; Grange honors Scotts 23-5; Scott is eyed for Elon 
post (president) 30-29; 

Scott report reviews his administration N 26-1,7; Governor given 
classy car D 8-50; Scott inaugural outfit fits after four years (dome) 
D 16-1; Bob Scott accepts new job (with NC Agribusiness Council, Inc.) 
D 20-1; Scott happy about term, ready for privacy D 24-1,1; Now Bob's 
a Scott in his own right D 24-1,4; 
SEALEVEL 

Sailors' home (Sailors' Snug Harbor) move cleared N 14-23; 
SECRECY IN GOVERNMENT 
see 
OPEN MEETINGS 
SERVICE STATIONS 
see 
GARAGES AND SERVICE STATIONS 
SEWING 

Does sewing clothes really save money? Area women say, Yes, no and maybe 
so' D 1-23; 
SEX 

Redefining human sexuality S 13-34; Sexuality symposium hears abortion 
debate S 15-14; Symposium discusses sex ethics and sex expression in marriage 
S 17-111,17; Doctor (Calderone) sees sexuality as growing concern 12-26; 
SEX EDUCATION 
see 
EDUCATION 
SHAW UNIV 

Shaw staff gets more trimming M 4-28; President says cutbacks necessary 
M 12-21; Shaw faces $500,000 damage suit M 18-28; Shaw receives $9,400 grant 
M 25-5; Math courses anger students at Shaw Ap 7-40; Shaw given $104,000 
Ap 8-30; Hargraves inaugurated, pledges growth for Shaw Ap 9-1; 



122 

SHAW UNIV (Cont.) 

Shaw graduates record 162 Ap 24-28; Shaw prof given NIH grant Je 8-14; 
N. Y. youngsters get special study at Shaw Jl 16-1,5; Shaw given ecology 
grant Jl 29-28; Shaw plans Arab exchange Ag 9-42; NER grants Shaw funds 
Ag 31-18; Shaw proposal's objective: 'university without walls' 29-1,5; 

Kids get head start in speech N 6-5; 
SHIPS AND SHIPPING 

Greek ship released at Morehead D 22-5*; 
SHIPS AND SHIPPING- -SALVAGE 

Locating sunken tub exciting to divers' club Jl 8-5; Three old cannons 
pulled from river Jl 9-1,5; It's back down under for three old cannons Jl 10-5; 
State eyes cannons Jl 11-5; Cannons being raised again for exhibition Jl 12-5; 
Cannon plan dampens Jl 14-5; Cannons put back in water Jl 27-37; Hearing 
delayed (cannons) Ag 9-5; 
SHIPWRECKS 

Freighter listing off NC coast J 17-1; Coast Guard rescued 19 persons 
J 17-10; Wrecks, sunken treasure for fishermen Je 22-35; Divers spot hulk 
of tug McAllister Jl 4-1; Ship design wasn't equal to Hatteras, report says 
Jl 28-5*; 5 in family rescued by Coast Guard (Cape Fear) Ag 28-5; 

Rescue was 'great job' (Price) Ag 29-5; Two ships collide off NC S 
15-1; Hatteras oil peril lessens S 16-1; Oil barge goes down in Albemarle 
Sound N 28-5; 
SHOES 

see APPAREL 
SHOPLIFTING 
see 
ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 
SHRIMP 
see 
FISH 
SKI RESORTS 
see 
RESORTS 
SMITH ISLAND 
see 

BALD HEAD ISLAND 
SMUGGLING 
see 
TOBACCO 
SNOW STORMS 
see 
STORMS 
SOCIAL REHABILITATION AND CONTROL 

Gov. Scott names Randall to head agency M 8-1; Good team for Tar Heel 
prisons (ed.) M 11-4; Advisory group criticizes youth correction reforms 
N 2-5; Randall scores group's report (on juvenile correction) N 3-10; One 
board proposed in correction field (Scott) N 4-5; Prisons official Randall 
dies D 5-1; 
SOCIAL SERVICES 
see 
HUMAN RESOURCES," PUBLIC WELFARE 



123 

SOUL CITY 

Soul city hopefully waits for federal bond approval F 11-5; Dream inches 
toward reality F 19-5; Court to hear Soul City plea Ap 16-5; Soul City gets 
delay Ap 18-5; Development funds given to Soul City Ap 27-5; Soul City 
receives grant of $190,000 My 5-5; Soul City asks grant for health My 20-5; 

Soul City gets US guarantee Jl 1-1; Soul City dinner Jl 5-5; Soul City 
praised on anniversary Jl 22-5; Soul City plan on schedule Jl 29-5; Soul 
City gets grant Jl 30-1,5; Soul City has $500,000 loan Ag 4-5*; Soul City 
exhibit (Miami Beach) thrives Ag 24-6; Soul City hearing continued Ap 25-5*; 
SOUTH 

Symposium to explore aspects of Southern Life M 19-IV,2; South said 
changing reluctantly M 23-5; Luminaries to probe South's soul M 26-5; UNC 
symposium relives old tales M 27-5; New politicians of South collide on busing 
problem M 28-5; Radicals rip leaders, Wallace not to appear M 29-5; Those 
controlling South criticized in symposium M 31-5; 

Symposium depicted confused but vibrant South Ap 2-IV,2; Scott advocates 
exchange ideas Ap 22-5; 
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 

Hawkins taps Frinks for aide F 3-5*; SCLC to recruit prison volunteers 
Ap 6-56; 
SOUTHERN GOVERNORS' CONFERENCE 

Too many troopers for Hilton Head (ed.) Ag 22-4; Politicos flock to 
conference S 4-1; Cost of governors' meet is SC issue (dome) S 6-1; Tennessean 
is NC delegate to governors' conference (dome) S 7-1; Governors give 21-state 
meal S 8-5; Bowles is critical of governors' meet (dome) S 9-1; About those 
leather chairs S 21-5; 
SOUTHERN GROWTH POLICIES BOARD 

Growth Board picks director (Beyle) Ag 30-5; Growth Board names Bowden 
N 5-1,4; Growth policies panel to study transport, land use N 11-5; 
S0UTHW00D COLLEGE 

Southwood College planning to close D 1-5; Southwood drops out; students 
to continue D 6-5; 
SPACE AND UPPER ATMOSPHERE 

Eclipse may be obscured here Jl 10-1; 607 o Raleigh sun hides Jl 11-2; 
Meteor shower viewed Ag 11-10; 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
see 
EDUCATION 
SPORTS 
see 
ATHLETICS 
STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
see 
SBI 
STATE COLLEGE 
see 
NC STATE UN IV 
STATE EMBLEMS 
see 
EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA, FLAGS 



124 

STATE EMPLOYEES 

Freeze ordered for state jobs J 4-1; Benson campaigning gets OK'd by 
Morgan J 22-17; State posts to stay frozen indefinitely F 20-5; Phillips 
accused of payoffs M 30-1; Taylor promises state pay raises My 17-5; State 
jobs get viewed by race My 23-19; Expense fraud charged to two Jl 1-5; 

Officials, employees share pay hike rate Jl 6-9; Official's auto case 
continued (Johnson) Jl 22-28; State workers show educational interest Jl 
22-28; Trial still unscheduled (Smith, Franks, Walters) Ag 1-5; Check is 
needed against solicitors (ed.) Ag 2-4; 

A. C. Davis listed 'fair' after attack S 19-5; Ex-DMV (Johnson) official 
transferred S 21-8; Raise for state workers urged (Bowles) N 2-8; Dr. William 
Turner returning to NCSU N 12-1,8; State officials packing their bags N 16-12; 
Turner to keep salary when he changes jobs (dome) N 20-1; 
STATE EMPLOYEES 
see also 
CONFLICT OF INTEREST,* PUBLIC OFFICIALS,' STATE GOVERNMENT 
STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOC 

Employees tap Area 7 chief Ag 15-5; Slate elected (Area 15) Ag 16-5; 
Employees pick area 11 slate Ag 17-5; 
STATE FAIR 
see 
FAIRS 
STATE GOVERNMENT 

Got a gripe? Tell a commission J 2-1,4; New ballyhoo on industry quality 
(ed.) J 2-IV,4; Freeze ordered for state jobs J 4-1; Aldridge selected to 
head unit J 11-6; 2 named (Aldridge, Ragan) heads of new agencies J 13-1; 
Consolidation's aim, better communication J 30-7; 

State government weakness shown (ed.) F 25-4; NC council on planning to 
be activated shortly M 2-60; Toughest part of reorganization (ed.) M 14-4; 
Doubtful sendoff for good life (ed.) M 15-4; Council (on State Goals and 
Policy) to aid government M 15-24; 

Randall lauded at oath-taking (swearing-in of Randall and Lang) M 29-23; 
Jobs grow fast in state agencies Ap 2-14; Courier service planned My 26-12; 
Interns take active role in agencies Je 24-9; Governor, cabinet to meet 
Je 25-7; 'Executive cabinet' holds first session Je 27-7; 

An unexpected touch of interior brightening Jl 24-5; (Gubernatorial) 
candidates offered briefings Jl 26-5; Policy board seen as governors' aid 
Ag 8-5; Scott asks long term planning Ag 9-5; Conferences to help state- 
local unity (Council on State Goals and Policy) Ag 19-5; 

Cabinet gives a good show Ag 29-5; Goals, policy panel assesses findings, 
needs Ag 31-56; State fund savings outlined S 20-7; Bowles opposes (office) 
building plan S 23-1; NC finances called 'best' S 29-31; Agencies told to 
hire blacks 6-1; Graham's still the top star (Governor's Executive Cabinet) 
10-5; Scott gets work plans of executive agencies 10-23; 

Oberlin project delayed (Council on State Goals and Policy) 14-1; 
Holshouser sees little turnover 15-1,10; Count full costs of Oberlin 
Road work (ed.) 17-4; Hopeful (Holshouser) makes racial pledge (name a 
black to cabinet) 20-7; Holshouser discusses jobs 29-1,4; Holshouser 
plans to choose his own team to set policy N 9-1; 



125 

STATE GOVERNMENT (Cont . ) 

Governor, legislature confront new situation N 9-6; Post-election 
uncertainty seen N 9-20; Inauguration is set Jan. 5 N 10-1; Holshouser, 
Hunt: a new relationship N 12-1,6; Holshouser calls halt to Rouse aide's 
spadework (dome) N 22-1; Holshouser stays busy with 'job applications' 
N 22-7; Inaugural committee named by Holshouser; governor's list covers 
political spectrum (dome) N 25-1; 

Scott report reviews his administration N 26-1,7; Holshouser making a 
good start (ed.) N 29-4; List names state goals (Council on State Goals and 
Policy) N 29-34; Holshouser stresses structural reforms D 3-1,8; Holshouser 
pushes smooth transition D 3-IV,2; Holshouser 's staff choices impress Scott 
D 12-9; Swan songs mark final Scott cabinet meeting (dome) D 13-1; 

Departments plan cure for capital tour rush D 13-5; Council on State 
Goals gets Scott's backing D 13-36; Scott says governor needs more power on 
state jobs D 14-7; Holshouser picks staff D 16-1; Staff increased by 
Holshouser (names department secretaries Lentz and Flaherty and press secretary 
Childs) D 23-1; State bureaucracy expands itself (community colleges, ed.) D 23-4 

Rouse clarifies his role in deciding appointments (dome) D 25-1; Ms. 
McKay finds new appointments are disappointing D 31-111,3; 
STATE GOVERNMENT 
see also 
CONSTITUTION 
STATE OFFICIALS 
see 
PUBLIC OFFICIALS 
STATE REVENUE 

Jones is sworn to revenue post J 1-6; Tar Heel revenues increase Jl 
20-29; Bowles: report bolsters claim Jl 22-7; NC tax exceeds expenses 
Ag 6-1,6; Sales tax reflects economy S 21-10; NC finances called 'best' 
S 29-31; 2 (gubernatorial) candidates want revenue study 10-7; 

Gill predicts surplus N 6-8; Grabbing at surplus premature (ed.) N 22-4; 
STATUES 
see 
MONUMENTS AND MEMORIALS 
STOCKS AND BONDS 

SEC lists Dec. 11-Jan 10 stock trades and holdings (NC) M 9-33; Dow's 
action (reaching 1,000) exciting here N 15-33; 
STOCKS AND BONDS 
see also 
BOND ISSUES 
STORMS 

Snow, ice coat much of NC F 20-1; High winds blast 2 eastern counties 
Ap 15-1; Tornado's brief visit costs Pitt half million My 17-5; State 
mopping up after Agnes' watery dirty work Je 23-5; Storm tears across Wake 
Jl 30-1,1; Storm pounds city Jl 31-34; 

City cleans up after storm Ag 1-34; Wind, hail hit near Goldsboro 
Ag 11-5; Dawn aims for coast S 9-1; Holshouser: Ginger Bill is signed 
S 14-35; Storm hits county S 30-30; 



126 

STRIKES 

Phone strike postponed (Durham) Jl 8-5; Strike-caused idleness high 
Jl 23-IV,9; 475 telephone workers out (Durham) Jl 28-5; Board lists com- 
plaint in telephone walkout Jl 29-5; Labor board hearing set (Durham) Ag 1-5; 
Plenty of wit on picket line (Durham) Ag 7-5; 

Phone strike continues (Durham) Ag 8-5; Electric strike halt sought 
(Durham) Ag 10-5; Phone strike ends (Durham) Ag 17-6; Phone company strikers 
curbed (Greensboro) Ag 18-33; Workers strike GE Hickory plant 21-19; REA 
(Express) strikes here 21-30; 
STUDENTS 

NC students win hair length case F 4-8; Parents watch halls at Kinston 
school M 1-5*; Disorderly pupils face discipline (Kinston) M 4-5*; School 
board sued in Winston-Salem My 5-16; Hair rule disturbs My 31-5*; Where 
the '71 high school graduates are Je 15-14; Student group (Task Force on 
Student Involvement) tells concerns Jl 18-20; 
STUDENTS 

see also 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS J VOTER REGISTRATION 
SUICIDES 

Man (Kirby) kills himself in Charlotte shootout J 6-19; Suicide ruled 
in death of Clinton youth M 23-61; New test developed for suicidal M 26-5; 
Instructor at NCSU (Bean) found dead on campus Jl 28-40; Inmate (Haddock) 
found hanged (Greenville) Ag 29-22; Suicide ruled in death (Adams) S 14-35; 
Deaths are ruled suicides (Charlotte) 26-46; 
SUPREME COURT 

NC top court library is designated depository Ag 31-7; Six assistants 
take court oath S 13-12; Court rules on Guilford juvenile case ("undisci- 
plined children") 12-15; Court upholds life term for 3 in (Massey) slaying 
12-50; State could get first woman as chief justice (dome) 19-1; 

Fixup project completed for State Supreme Court N 6-5; (Disorderly) 
conduct law sections ruled unconstitutional (Summerell case) N 16-26; Court 
receives Parker portrait D 16-6; 
SWIMMING 

Nature helps infants swim Jl 11-11; 
TABOR CITY 

North, South and Mt. Tabor Jl 20-5; 
TAR HEEL BOOKS, INC. 

Spring lake council delays store request M 15-5*; 
TAR HEEL ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP ASSOC 
see 
ELECTRIC POWER 
TAX EVASION 
see 
INCOME TAX EVASION 
TAXES 

Exemption for elderly confusing F 24-11; 689,582 file Tar Heel taxes 
M 11-18*; Firms told to pay taxes on gifts (political contributions) Ap 6-8; 
Property tax blast hits home (ed.) My 11-4; Property taxes due Sept 1 My 15-7; 
Tax regain OK'd My 15-11; Bowles, Taylor collide on taxes My 21-7; 



127 

TAXES (Cont.) 

Budget boost of five cents is tentative (Chapel Hill) Jl 19-5; Revenue 
reports back idea of 'no new taxes' Jl 21-7; City hikes tax rate by 4 cents 
Jl 25-1; 4 towns in Wake up taxes Jl 26-5; Wake tax collection at record 
Ag 2-5; Nick offers tax reform legislation Ag 4-6; 

Hyde County tax reduced Ag 9-5; (Swim) Clubs' tax inequity cited Ag 9-7; 
Farmland tax issue may be academic (ed.) Ag 17-4; Tax pledges: up the budget 
creek? (ed.) Ag 18-4; Farmland tax values examined Ag 20-1,1; Farm tax 
reform predicted (Graham) Ag 20-1,5; Farm taxes '73 issue Ag 21-1; 

(Bowies') tax stand criticized (by Holshouser) Ag 26-5; High container 
tax asked in litter fight Ag 26-5; Pettyjohn: I'd check taxes S 3-1,20; 
Harnett sales tax is urged S 9-7; 3 candidates promise no new taxes for NC 
S 12-22; Committee heads named (Study of Property Tax Exemptions and Classi- 
fications) S 21-26; Ramsey sees no tax increase S 25-25; 

Tar Heels are not 'taxed to death' (ed.) S 26-4; Galifianakis deplores 
payroll tax S 29-6; Cautionary note about 'no new taxes' (ed.) 5-4; Fair- 
cloth cites benefits of gas tax increase (dome) 6-1; Realtor (Bradshaw) 
urges tax change (lower downtown assessment) 6-15; 

Farmland said underappraised 6-33; Candidate (Purrington) tells farm 
tax plan 7-19; Only some farmland 'heavily taxed' (ed.) 9-4; NC top 
court rules on taxes in city centers 12-16; Raleigh eyes (property) tax 
ruling 18-44; Bowles repeats no-tax pledge 20-7; 

Bowles eyes tax cut 21-7; Wise voter listens closely to 'no new 
taxes' pledges 22-IV,2; Holshouser wants to drop drug tax 24-8; Hols- 
houser: gas tax benefit low 27-9; (League of Municipalities) convention to 
mull city income taxes 29-1,7; Urban leaders back city income taxes N 1-5; 
Take close look at local income tax (ed.) N 4-4; 

Valuation doubled, tax rate cut in Wake N 7-1; Wake Commissioners 
simplify taxes (ed.) N 8-4; Tax cuts attractive to state legislators (dome) 
N 15-1; Tax relief feasible, Gov. Scott asserts N 15-1; Scott's 'tax 
relief is puzzling (ed.) N 16-4; Labor, business clash over value-added tax 
(Tax Institute of America symposium) N 16-6; 

Sanf ord : hope for federalism N 16-6; Hunt: tax cut is a 'possibility' 
N 17-6; Legislators cool to tax cuts N 19-1,1; Tax question: to cut, or not 
to cut? N 19-IV,2; Farm Bureau head (Mangum) : repeal cigarette tax N 21-5; 
Tax relief steps offered (Ralph Scott) N 21-6; 

New county tax rule may cost some firms N 21-25; NC state-local tax rate 
42nd among the 50 states N 26-IV,8; Holshouser still eyeing tax relief N 27-1; 
Educator unit (NCAE) : no to tax cut D 2-6; Weak case for cigarette tax repeal 
(ed.) D 2-4; Utilities (electric membership corporations) lose (property) tax 
appeal D 14-8; Property taxes urged on church businesses D 14-12; 

States (NC, SC) to share Carowinds (sales) taxes D 24-1,5; Tax cut proposals 
opposed (Assembly Democrats) D 31-1,1; 
TAXICABS AND TAXICAB DRIVERS 

Cab is the world with a meter on it D 4-38; The stuff of taxidermy N 5-V,l; 
TEACHER CERTIFICATION 

NC liberalizes rules on teacher certificate D 8-1; Public schools going 
down hill (ed.) D 10-IV,4; Teaching machine learns hard way D 10-IV,4; Race 
prejudice a poor excuse (ed.) D 13-4; Herring would end teacher certification 
D 13-36; Few consulted before job rules okayed (dome) D 14-1; 



128 

TEACHER CERTIFICATION (Cont.) 

New 'education philosophy' cited D 14-9; Another surprise on teacher 
action (ed.) D 15-4; Black college grads score lower on teacher exams D 17-1, 
11; Gill raps policy shift on exams D 18-1; Controversy grows over teacher 
plan D 19-1; Teaching standards need review (ed.) D 19-4; 

Educators attack new NC evaluation system D 19-6; Review is asked on 
teacher testing D 21-1; Phillips defends teacher policy D 22-1; Poorer 
public schooling ahead (ed.) D 22-4; Lawyer (Ellis): teacher test too vague 
(would be ruled unconstitutional) D 24-1,5; Teacher plan story disputed 
(official of Educational Testing Service objects to B 23 article D 27-WA-l; 
TEACHERS 

State school chief said unfair to women J 10-5; NCAE may have helped 
teacher union in NC J 15-6; Teacher's chapter gets union charter F 3-27; 
Dismissed teacher files suit (Jones, Pitt Co.) F 4-5*; Teacher suspension 
charges traded F 24-5*; Jones High teacher is reinstated M 3-5*; 

Teachers outnumber vacancies M 11-18*; Teacher files appeal M 16-5*; 
Damage suit charges conspiracy (Taylor) M 28-5*; Phillips stresses teacher 
welfare Ap 7-9; NCAE okays bargain stand Ap 9-4; Pregnant teachers may 
stay Ap 25-5; State to study report on black teacher loss My 20-8; 

School head sees dispute cooling off My 21-5; Discrimination (in 
employment) charge a challenge (ed.) My 23-4; Volunteer teachers commended 
My 31-5; Wake to raise teacher total, Raleigh drops Je 22-5; NCAE expected 
to fight proposed constitution Je 22-9; List for teacher review units OK'd 
Jl 7-22; Wake teachers' supplement hiked Ag 8-5; 

New concept of teachers would stress individual S 8-44; Holshouser 
backs teacher pay hike S 9-5; State officials note teacher surplus 15-1,8; 
Wake teacher (Spivey) vies for title (Teacher of the Year) 19-10; Fledgling 
teachers urged to 'try a little empathy' 22-IV,3; 

NCAE's Phoebe Emmons: she pitches in herself 22-IV,3; School panel 
to study maternity leave policy 27-7; Teachers' (maternity) leave changed 
N 3-13*; Teacher of the year (Spivey) doesn't preach to kids N 3-46; Competency 
of teachers stressed (new policy of Board of Education on teacher education); 
teach plan excites; scares N 12-1,5; 

Women educators' benefits cited N 13-5; Lower standards for teachers? 
(ed.) N 14-4; 2 teacher unions are chartered (Guilford, Winston-Salem-Forsyth) 
N 15-5*; Problems seen in tenure act N 15-36; NC teacher unions growing N 16-28; 
Best teacher's kids say, 'She's just like one of us' (Spivey) N 19-IV,3; 

Volunteers lighten teachers' loads; paraprofessionals are paid to help 
N 28-14; Teacher education review needed (ed.) D 28-4; 
TEACHERS 

see also 
AWARDS,* DISCRIMINATION,' NC TEACHERS ASSOC,' PACE;TEACHER CERTIFICATION 
TEACHERS' EXAMS 
see 
TEACHER CERTIFICATION 
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS 

Holding Tech under study M 29-5; Technical institutes in deficit, regional 
education unit OK'd Ap 7-1; Technical units focus on adults My 21-IV,9; 4 
institutes accredited Jl 7-5*; Colleges (and technical institutes) cautioned by 
Herring Jl 7-6; Vance, Granville plan vote on tech institute Ag 22-5; 



129 

TECHNICAL SCHOOLS (Cont.) 

Institutes, colleges acquire new look S 13-3; Institute bond approved 
(Vance-Granville) 4-25; NC schools enrollment up 12-39; 
TEENAGERS 
see 
CHILDREN AND YOUTH 
TELEVISION AND RADIO 

Chapel Hill plans study of cable TV requirements M 14-5; Major films 
may be made here M 15-24; Chapel Hill considering cable television firms 
M 27-5; Hillsborough okays cable TV franchise Ap 16-5; Court's CATV ruling 
affects area Je 8-3; Time to 'ask your neighbor' Je 18-V,1; 

Telethon slates state officials S 3-1,6; 45 years later WPTF still 
leads radio pack S 3-V,2; TV station (WSJS, Winston-Salem) sale approved 
S 10-1,6; Radio will always be 'today' for pioneer Graham Poyner N 5-IV,3; 
McGovern TV blacked out N 7-5; Cable TV firm (Hyper-video) signs contract 
D 9-5; Cheshire hired by WRAL-TV (to replace Helms) D 21-48; Ervin hits 
US on pressmen D 27-5; 
TEXAS GULF SULPHUR 

Big plant expansion set Ap 28-5; $23 million expansion scheduled Je 3-17; 
TEXTBOOKS 

Illustrations in texts said no learning aid M 8-6; 'Snitcher' to teach 
kids My 15-7; 
TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

Textile firm charges 4 with using secrets F 19-5; Japanese diversify 
with plant in NC F 28-5; Fabric safety, young lives at stake (ed.) F 29-4; 
Textile arrogance in the open (ed.) Je 4-IV,4; Synthetic sleepwear promoted 
Je 9-32; Burlington closes NC facility Jl 28-25; 

US aide (Hanford) will speak at NCSU (Textile Industry Day) S 9-5; Hunt 
tells views on textile issue (wages) 6-8*; Pay hike would affect textile 
workers in East 19-5; Flame retardant process claimed 19-45; Textile 
money helping Helms 27-1; 

Stock split suggested (Cannon Mills) N 3-31; Texfi plant now operating 
(New Bern) N 3-31; Upswing noted by Burlington after setback N 26-IV,8; 
TEXTILE INDUSTRY 
see also 
COTTON 
THEATER 

Dissension arises in RLT Je 1-5; Thurber's subtle war of the sexes 
Jl 16-V,2; 'Thurber Carnival' is witty, wise Jl 21-13; 'Hamlet* in mod 
dress—ageless Dane returns Jl 23-V,2; One 'night' of comedy (Student Theater 
Guild) Jl 30-V,2; 

Theater's best back again ( ' Man of La Mancha ' ) Ag 4-14; 'Hamlet' makes a 
late show Ag 5-5; Offbeat 'Hamlet' engaging Ag 5-7; STG (Student Theatre Guild, 
Inc.) to present multimedia show Ag 10-24; 'Fantastick' end for premiere season 
(Henderson Rec. Players) Ag 13-V,3; 

Henderson volunteers produce 'Fantasticks ' Ag 19-8; 'Odd Couple' embraces 
real life S 5-11; RLT pitches in for Fannie with repeat run of Thurber S 13-28; 
A bit of Dorothy always stays 1-111,15; 'Fiddler' carried by cast (Village 
Dinner) 6-22; 



130 

THEATER (Cont . ) 

New university theater raises curtain on professional stage (NC State U) 
8-V,2; Bringing the Bard back to life (Southeastern Shakespeare Co., Hender- 
son) 15-V,2; 'Annie' --Berlin's musical bull's-eye (RLT) 17-9; Musical 
('The Me Nobody Knows') tells it like it is without lecturing 18-21; 

NC theater (Carolina Repertory) begins season 18-22; Costumes made of 
ropes and bones (Carolina Repertory) 20-17; 'Annie' is bright as star's 
smile (RLT) 20-22; During the 'Twelfth Night' - love, laughter, lunacy, 
(Carolina Repertory) 22-V,2; 

Stock broker becomes cowboy 'Annie Get Your Gun' 24-10; 'Twelfth 
Night': stage magic 25-12; Unique drama ('The Executioners') sparks 
Playmakers ' season 25-13; Cinderalla is a has-been, says Children's Theatre 
director (Wood) 25-14; 

Not an ounce of flab in Wilder ' s ' Skin' (Carolina Repertory) 26-34; 
Famed director (Stamey) takes her curtain call 29-V,2; Strudwick lends value 
to the drama ('Death of a salesman') N 10-10; Poetic scenes dot Levin's '2 sons' 
(Carolina Playmakers) N 17-13; Readers Theater to audition N 18-7; 

'Lion 1 successful up to a point (RLT) D 1-17; Stamina and artistry define 
costumer's job (Mitchell,) D 6-17; Miller family performs here tonight D 29-15; 
THEATER 

see also 
OUTDOOR DRAMA 
TOBACCO 

Tobacco industry may see setbacks (Bearden speech) J 20-16; Tobacco 
growers on their own (ed., Bearden speech) J 22-4; NC Senators hit cigarette 
control plan F 2-2; US seeks mail order evaders F 25-5; Marketing research 
plan ends M 18-10; Dislike (marketing) schedules Ap 11-5; 

Border belt men complain of market dates Ap 11-5*; Early opening asked 
Ap 18-5- ; Pro teaches tobacco tune Ap 23-5; Limit state involvement, tobacco 
farmers advised My 16-5; Cigarette sales bring fines to 17 in Pennsylvania 
My 20-5* ; Blue Mold hits NC leaf crop My 27-1; 

Danger past in Blue Mold epidemic Je 6-1; Cigarette violation admitted 
(Burnette) Je 17-5; Demands for tobacco reported increasing Je 23-5; Douse 
butt, come in Jl 7-32; Untaxed cigarette transport charged Jl 9-1,6; Tobacco 
poundage allocated Jl 14-27; 

Tobacco group picks panel on selling time Jl 21-6; Two more cigarette 
cases filed Jl 22-5; 8 leaf marts to open early Jl 22-7; Border Belt opens 
with record prices Jl 26-1; Carolina tobacco prices hit record Jl 27-1; Nick 
raps antismoke suggestion Jl 27-5; 

Tobacco prices hit record Jl 29-17; Buyers want thin tobacco Jl 31-21; 
Border belt leaf prices at record Ag 6-1,7; Eastern belt opening brings record 
prices Ag 9-1; Economic factors turning tobacco to gold Ag 10-1; Scott asks 
new belt schedule Ag 10-12; Tobacco crop up 1% in 1972 Ag 11-29; 

Leaf panel to decide on sales quota shift Ag 12-5; Tobacco co-op has 
brisk sales Ag 12-17; Leaf farmers push early sales Ag 13-1,8; Quota-free 
Maryland leaf tried on farm near Raleigh Ag 14-24; Wilson tobacco market now 
in its 83rd season Ag 14-25; Leaf prices set new high mark Ag 15-7; 

Holshouser to ask early sales time Ag 16-11; (New York) Judge's order 
unfilled Ag 17-1; Tobacco loans expected (Holshouser) Ag 17-9; (New York) 
Judge says tax claim annoying Ag 18-1; 



131 

TOBACCO (Cont.) 

Mail order cigarette suit filed (C. J. Supply Co) Ag 18-33; Mixup mixed 
up the judge Ag 19-7; Leaf prices remain high Ag 20-1,10; First day bright 
leaf highs set Ag 23-1; Tobacco council pledged (Bowles) Ag 23-32; Orange 
County to operate tobacco mart Ag 29-5; Leaf marketing probed Ag 30-1; 

Eastern counties probed (quota violations) Ag 31-1; Tobacco sales hit 
new high Ag 31-7; Less NC leaf sold in Georgia; Leaf sales delay upsets farmers 
S 4-31; Marketing panel vetoes changes in selling-time S 6-25; Illegal fees 
on leaf cited S 8-9; 

Reynolds directors to meet 'the people who help us' S 16-5; Old Belt 
notes rise in prices S 20-30; Tobacco prices continue steady S 22-5; So put 
that in your pipe...S 24-V,l; Leaf prices steady to weaker S 28-7; Morgan 
against proposed law (making interstate bootlegging of cigarettes federal 
offense) S 29-9; Leaf panel proposal rejected S 30-8; 

Oriental leaf crop limited 2-21; Leaf marketing (violations) rulings 
sought 5-8; Leafmen indicted by jury 12-1; Leaf prices not expected to 
rise in '73 16-25; Some speak concern over leaf price drop 19-13; Helms 
asks aid on leaf prices 20-9; 

Leaf crop gain seen even if quota held 20-15; Tobacco prices continue 
to drop 20-15; Leaf quota hike studied; increase in tobacco quota pondered 
23-23; Grange asks leaf quota hike limit 24-5; DDT residue down 27-12; 
Maryland leaf seen needing outside help 30-27; 

Group (National Farmers Organization) opposes quota hike N 1-30; Leaf 
growers warned against undersupply N 14-5* ; Graham: limit quotas N 11-6; 
NC Belt hits leaf record (for season) N 11-8; Leaf growers warned against 
undersupply N 14-5; Larger flue-cured leaf quota likely N 16-1; 

Tobacco farmers sentenced N 16-1; Chinese leaf export may have roots in 
NC N 18-5; Cigarette truckload is stolen (Kernersville) N 19-1,5; Allotment 
transfer referendum asked (Farm Bureau) N 23-5; Butz : keep leaf competitive 
N 23-5; NC mail smuggling of cigarettes slowed N 26-1,5; 

Turning point on tobacco quotas (ed.) N 27-4; New varieties of flue- 
cured OK'd for 1973 N 27-23; Official variety test results N 27-23; Stolen 
cigarette shipment found N 29-14; Leaf leaders voice concerns N 30-7; Leaf 
growers said 'losers' D 1-9; 

New fertilizer (12-6-6) for plant beds D 18-29; Tobacco price outlook 
unclear; support rises D 25-53; 
TODDY 

Toddy named in high times D 6-5; 
TOPLESS ATTIRE 

Topless dancing outlawed J 15-6; Topless dancing banned in NC J 19-1; 
Ban on topless seen statewide J 19-6; Topless order under restraint J 20-1; 
Raleigh tentatively topless J 23-4; Decision due in February J 29-9; Court 
rules topless dance legal F 15-1; Appeal set on topless ruling here F 16-28; 

Topless question continues F 22-5; Dancer and her employer convicted 
M 3-5*; 'Topless' tax gets ruling My 27-18; Exposure charge filed by under- 
cover officer Jl 13-5; Trial set on nude dancing Jl 14-27; Topless issue 
reconsidered (Charlotte) Ag 17-52; 

Topless dancer cited Ag 19-30; Judge blocks topless ban (Charlotte) N 2-5; 
TOPLESS ATTIRE 
see also 
CENSORSHIP 



132 

TOURIST TRADE 

Resorts, not skiers, crippled J 25-5; Committee to review state adver- 
tising F 12-5*; Tourism boost asked M 21-6; Tourist trade a boon to NC 
M 30-55; $800,000 to be spent on ads promoting state Je 18-6; Hunt backs 
tourist trade programs S 5-5; Leisure living section S 17-V; NC travel 
subject of council meet 9-11; 
TOWNS 
see 
URBAN AREAS 
TRADE PRACTICES AND MONOPOLIES 

Colonial to add stamps Je 20-5; 
TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION 

Mediators fight tension; TM has appeal for many people 2-14; 
TRANSIT SYSTEMS 

City nears study on mass transit J 7-30; Mills against highway funds for 
mass transit F 2-10; Chapel Hill vote killed on transit M 3-5; Highway 
official voices concern M 18-10; Same old red ink for city (Raleigh) bus lines 
(ed.) Ap 25-4; Transit study funded for city My 19-40; 

Transit proposals studied (Chapel Hill) Je 21-5; Transit plan tag $460,000 
(Chapel Hill) Jl 21-5; Bond plans prepared (Chapel Hill-Carrboro) Jl 25-5; 
Citizen helps salvage bus dilemma of poor (Micro) Jl 27-5*; Va. firm begins 
city transit study Ag 18-44; 

Bus route extension asked (Durham) Ag 25-5; Station (Carolina Coach Co.) 
renovation slated Ag 25-9; City bus line at crossroads Ag 28-1; Service 
stoppage worries council (Wilmington) 10-5*; Dual vote set on busing plan 
(Chapel Hill) 11-28; Chapel Hill may 'rethink' bus system 12-5; 

Bus line survey initiated 30-40; Proposal to drop bus fare benefit alarms 
the elderly N 4-34; Rural transit system planned (Murfreesboro) N 14-5*; 7 named 
to (Raleigh) transit study unit N 22-32; Bus driver talks to start (Raleigh) 
N 25-5; Scott sees need for transit N 30-18; 

Bus drivers approve new contract (Raleigh) D 2-5; Transit vote requested 
(Chapel Hill) D 5-5; Bus firm (Carolina Coach) complains to panel D 15-35; 
TRANSIT SYSTEMS 
see also 
RAILROADS 
TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY SAFETY 

Transportation dept. fills key positions 4-7; 
TREASURE COVE 
see 
LAWSUITS 
TRUMAN, HARRY S 

Tar Heels mourn Truman D 27-6; Zebulon remembers Truman's 1958 visit; 
Truman request of draft noted D 28-5; 
TURTLE FESTIVAL 

Governors' turtles S 16-5; They're off! S 17-1,5; 
UNC 

NCSU, UNC face faculty cutback F 29-30; 
UNC-C 

UNC-Charlotte requesting $145 million Jl 28-5*; U. S. blocks Russian's 
Charlotte appearance N 22-8; 



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UNC-CH 

Thomas Wolfe's storied angel has come home to Chapel Hill J 9-IV,3; 
Dr. Little (black female), women must find balance J 30-111,11; UNC officer, 
tensions are easing J 31-5; Yevtushenko to read poems in Chapel Hill F 6-IV,6; 
UNC now proposing decked lots F 8-5; 

UNC has leadership role in the higher education system (Taylor speech) 
F 13-IV,5; Cathey to resign as dean F 23-5; UNC medical center expanding 
F 27-5; Candidate requests runoff M 2-5; Graduates still face shortage in 
job demand M 2-5; Black's vote win assured at UNC M 3-5; 

Access to dorm now limited M 4-5; Hard work is not a stranger to 1st 
black student head M 6-5; Transfers can choose housing M 7-5; Married student 
complex studied by UNC-CH M 8-5; (Counseling) fund withdrawal draws fire 
M 9-5; Policemen relieved of weapons M 9-5; 

UNC students getting truthful sex education M 9-39; 33 projects planned 
on Carolina campus M 11-5; (Residential) system changes are speculated M 12-5; 
It's where you go to 'look up' a plant M 12-IV,3; Greenberg appointed health 
dean M 16-9; Journalism school at UNC rated high M 19-15; 

Marvelous Southerner (?) hypnotizes big thinkers M 26-5*; Arts building 
to take parking Ap 6-5; UNC vehicle fund student questions Ap 8-5; Coed 
housing boost planned Ap 12-5; It's tougher to get in with 9,000 receiving 
sorry notes Ap 13-5; Coed's hours may be lifted Ap 14-5; 

More assaults worry police in Chapel Hill; coeds concerned about assaults 
Ap 16-4; Coeds escorted for safety's sake Ap 25-5; Security for exams tightened 
at UNC My 4-5; Two charged with using phone slugs My 4-5; UNC eliminates 
graduation Bible My 13-5; 

UNC graduates urged to help society 'cope' My 15-1; UNC fills top post for 
health My 15-5; Penny to be visible at 12 miles (Morehead Planetarium) My 18-5; 
UNC-CH lifts restrictions on women Je 25-7; Dean (Teicher) assumes job Je 30-5; 
Health center grant Je 30-5; Limitation of grad school is feared Jl 12-5; 

End near for UNC Victory Jl 13-5; UNC gets health funds Jl 14-27; Victory 
Village biting the dust Jl 16-IV,3; Consumer fee asked by students Jl 20-5; 
Stars and planets get in their eyes Jl 23-IV, 1; (Trustees) chairman is named 
Jl 26-10; College news fees are hit Jl 27-5; Housing is sought at UNC Jl 28-5; 

(Grant for) infant viruses Ag 4-12; UNC books Devlin, Anderson Ag 13-1,5; 
ROTC post at UNC is filled (Needham) Ag 27-1,5; UNC aids black businessmen 
Ag 27-IV,9; Oak tree is saved S 3-1,5; UNC plans nature courses S 7-24; 
Students mourn slain Israelis S 8-5; Deans merged at UNC S 9-5; 

Rameses no. 9 to make debut S 9-5; Carolina using new facilities S 13-2; 
Morgan out of UNC suit (DAILY TAR HEEL) S 22-5; Assaults fewer at UNC S 28-5; 
Traffic rules revised S 28-5; Newspaper's fees backed 4-5; UNC to install 
Taylor Oct. 12 5-5; UNC wants (water) bill paid in full 12-5; 

Student editor asks to enter (newspaper) finance suit 12-19; Student 
group knocks UNC ' s queen contest 13-5; UNC celebrates 179th; installs Chancello 
Taylor 13-5; Helms' mock election win draws fire at UNC (dome) 15-1,1; 
Unauthorized lead cited in UNC mock election (dome) 18-1; 

SBI completes utility probe (Chapel Hill Telephone Co.) N 22-5; UNC 
utilities system won't be a giveaway N 30-5; Fifty candles for UNC press 
D 3-IV,l; UNC trustees OK bus study D 9-5; 



134 

UNC-G 

Businessmen sent to UNC-G for training M 5-IV,10; 
UNC-W 

Wilmington board headed by Murphy Jl 27-5; Wilmington continues sea focus 
S 13-2; NC teacher, students traveling near (Nicaraguan) quake D 26-1; Pro- 
fessor (Braue) said safe in Nicaragua D 27-5; UNC group rode out Managua quake 
in car D 29-5; 
UNEMPLOYMENT 
see 
EMPLOYMENT 
UNITED FUND 

Launches drive S 29-44; 'Woman power' peps UF drive 3-23; United 
Fund now at 617o 19-5; Donation pressure denied 21-30; Goal exceeded 
by United Fund (Wake Co.) D 5-5; 
UNITED FUND 
see also 
FOUNDATIONS 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 

Jewish Learning Institute opens J 17-5; Board handed probe (student 
fees & bookstores) F 19-17; Tuition hikes imperil middle-income families 
M 6-1; Black school finances UNCF meet topic M 8-6; Black college fund 
meet set M 12-1,21; 

Debating once outdrew basketball M 12-IV,4; Grade average rising at 
nation's colleges M 13-1; Southerners called on by Negro college fund M 14-20; 
Dishonest grades cheat students (ed.) M 17-4; Sales of term papers shake up 
universities M 19-1; Togetherness on campus (faculty marriages) Ap 16-111,1; 

Cheating trade a disturbing success (ed.) Ap 20-4; Out-of -staters sweat 
high tuition Ap 23-20; Dismissal of professor (Blevins) upheld Ap 27-5; 
Tuition hike impact on schools unclear Ap 27-22; Residency question perplexes 
students My 4-25; Right to dismiss professor upheld My 5-5; 

Effect of tuition raise on state colleges studied My 27-5; It's easy to 
purchase a term paper (ed.) My 29-4; Progress midst turbulence cited in South 
My 30-5; College enrollment is higher Je 8-23; Scott pushes classroom reforms 
Je 19-6; College enrollment percentage decreases Jl 2-7; 

Court ruling may change public universities' rules Jl 3-32; 'Vacancy' 
sign up for Tar Heel universities Jl 16-1,1; Gifts to southern colleges down 
Jl 16-1,7; Some NC student loans may be late Jl 16-1,7; Wake colleges see 
little change in rolls Jl 24-34; Andrews: Aid dropping Jl 29-17; 

Tuition rate rules upheld Ag 1-5; Problems of college freshmen are 
prophesied by upperclassmen Ag 5-9; Court upholds residency rule Ag 31-18; 
84 schools in state receive loan funds S 1-5; Tar Heel students feel pinch 
S 12-6; NC college students find greater freedom S 13-1; 

UNC campuses see increased enrollment 4-7; Land-grant aid opposed in 
suit 12-39; Campus lures housewives N 26-111,1; Private black colleges see 
a brighter future D 24-1,5; Black students show less 'outward militancy' 
D 31-1,5; By day, by night, by mail women can go to college D 31-111,5; 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
see also 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES,' EDUCATION, HIGHER 



135 

URBAN AREAS 

NC cities may forfeit US funds J 30-5; Federal panel to hear case on 
annexation Ap 15-5*; Our cities can survive and grow, with planning 
Ap 23-IV,3; Cary surrounds 'Wake Island' Ap 26-5; Subdivision wants to avoid 
annexation My 21-5; South's cities will need solutions, not panaceas 15-IV,2; 
Johnston County plans forum on urbanization D 29-5; 
URBAN RENEWAL 

Hearing on renewal scheduled (Rocky Mount) Ag 8-5; Officials see HUD 
on urban renewal (Southside, Raleigh) S 6-5; 
URBAN RENEWAL 
see also 
HOUSING 
UTILITIES 
see 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
UTILITIES COMM 

Utilities head to retire soon My 10-7; Commissioner ends tenure (Westcott) 
Jl 2-7; Reaction varies to utilities plan Ag 1-25; A 'middle-of-the-road' 
utilities Chairman (Wooten) Ag 6-IV,3; Roney may be given utilities panel post 
(dome) Ag 24-1; Rate influence try (by Scott) hinted S 14-8; 

Scott calls Benoy a 'liar' S 15-1; Influence (by Scott) on allegation 
reiterated (Benoy) S 28-1; Utilities post goes to Roney D 30-1; Roney a 
utilities commissioner? (ed.) D 31-IV,4; 
VANDALISM 

see also 
PARKS 
VEGETARIANS 

Wheat, not meat say vegetarians N 19-111,1; 
VENEREAL DISEASES 

Durham tries test program against gonorrhea J 20-16; Clinic's diagnosis 
free, confidential Ap 4-5; Syphilis rate noted for Raleigh Ap 13-7; NC vs. 
diseases: we win some and lose some 18-15; 
VETERANS 
see 
EMPLOYMENT 
VETERANS' AFFAIRS 
see 
MILITARY AND VETERANS' AFFAIRS 
VETERINARY MEDICINE 

Licensed Ag 2-29; Scott says NC needs veterinarians' school Ag 10-9; 
Rocky Mount vet (Hicks) keeps smiles bright on animals D 31-1,5; 
VIETNAM 

Lutherans refuse war resolution My 11-5* ; Church splits on war Je 18-5; 
(Martin) supports Nixon plan S 21-7; Hawke discusses Vietnam S 21-25; War 
issue charges exchanged (Hawke, Andrews) S 23-7-A; Helms hits McGovern war 
plan 15-1,10; A few reflections on the war stories 15-IV,3; 

Vietnam Air Force hero feted 17-5*; War is key to Nixon's strength in 
west NC 21-1; 
VIETNAM 

see also 

POW'Sf NONVIOLENCE 



136 

VIOLENCE 

Cabbies, situation is worse F 14-24; 40 students arrested in Port City 
disturbance F 26-5; Violence breaks in Port City F 28-1; Youths go on 
trial in conspiracy case M 9-5; Youth sentenced in firebombings M 10-27*; 
Fight of students results in death (Lumberton) M 25-5; 

Disruption clears campus (Durham College) M 29-23; Two youths sentenced 
in bombing (Graham) Ap 6-5; 16th held in Wilmington's violence case My 3-5; 
Suspended sentences, fines meted (Wilmington) My 4-5*; Concord stores looted 
as violence hits town My 28-5; Concord under curfew My 29-5; 

Concord in somber mood My 30-5; Concord curfew lifted My 31-5; Officers 
raid bomb factory Je 4-5; Man fires gun at bus station Je 25-1; Gunbattle 
linked to motorbike Jl 2-1; Florida youth slain at Yancey campsite Jl 5-8; 
Terminal shooting brings indictment Jl 12-5; 

2 shot, killed at air station (Cherry Point) Jl 21-1; 3 escapees held 
after shootout (C. A. Dillon School) Jl 26-5; Iced tea, bullets mix in runaway 
shootout Jl 27-1; Young runaways' hearing Aug. 10 Jl 29-5; Marine dies in 
shooting Ag 7-5; Escapees from Butner are placed by court Ag 12-5; 

Snipers strike Port City home Ag 20-1,5; Girl, boy shot on S. C. creek 
Ag 25-14; 2 men jailed in shoot-out (Williamston) Ag 29-22; Four wounded 
in club fracas (Lexington) S 6-25; One man shot, killed on Tater Hill mountain 
S 18-25; Raleigh man free on bond in killing (Tater Mountain) S 19-22; 

Man released in gun slaying (Tater Mountain) 7-5; Shooting victim 
seriously hurt 16-5; Man found in Eno beaten to death (Hillsborough) 26-5; 
Vance sheriff not injured by bomb attached to car N 9-5; Officer's home hit 
by shots (Henderson) N 23-5; Rocks hurled in Wilson D 22-12; 
VIOLENCE 

see also 
ASSAULT, MURDERS, SCHOOLS- -DISTURBANCES, names of places, e.g., WILMINGTON 
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 
see 
EDUCATION, CAREER,* TECHNICAL SCHOOLS 
VOTER REGISTRATION 

Youth vote should be urged (ed.) J 3-4; State's young eligibles acting 
just like adults J 7-5; Appeal scheduled on ECU voters J 13-53; Most plan 
to vote at UNC-CH J 17-5; Voting appeal gets rejection (college students) 
J 20-6; 79 names struck from city precinct J 29-9; 

Board says vote is for residents F 4-24; Elections board registers Wake 
teens too early F 10-66; Error note planned on registration F 13-7; Youth, 
black voters boost Lee's race F 20-4; Young voters campaign plans to register 
3,000 F 24-54; Coed (Hall) May make legal history M 5-6; 

Court showdowns to clear student registration issue M 5-6; If you're 
not registered you can't blame county M 8-32; Youth vote is difficult to 
assess M 9-17; Libraries plan to list voters (Wake) M 12-4; Registration 
ban dismays vote official (Hillsborough) M 15-5; 

Democratic drop laid to young M 15-36; Student gets vote in Wake M 16-1; 
Black women get voting advice M 17-5; 80 students register (Chapel Hill) M 18-5; 
Ruling opens way for NC challenge M 22-1; Three students win voting rights; 
Wake libraries register 917 new voters M 22-5; 



137 

VOTER REGISTRATION (Cont.) 

UNC campus registering refused M 23-62; Youths, especially blacks, 
boost voter registration M 25-5; Residency challenge advocated M 29-5; 
Registration drive underway M 30-27; Resident vote rule abolished M 31-1; 
Students to get answer M 31-5; 

Students' registration request to receive ruling by Tuesday M 31-5- ; 
Almost fourth of youths have registered to vote Ap 1-17; New vote rule 
puzzles some Ap 1-26; Election board made right decision (ed.) Ap 2-IV,4; 
Registering is protested (Halifax Co.) Ap 5-8; 

Students (ECU) denied vote injunction Ap 6-5; Board (Orange Co.) meet 
may be improper Ap 7-5; Registration brisk across NC Ap 11-6; Record 
registered for May 6 primary My 4-7; NAACP reports new black voters Jl 17-30; 
Voter drive slated S 5-5; Bond urges Shaw rally; work for registration S 11-5; 

Missed federal aid cited in voter lag S 18-1; Voters in NC said lagging 
on registration 5-7; Number of registered voters breaks record 27-1; 
Wake registered 4-1 Democratic N 3-33; 
VOTING 

Absentee votes due Wednesday My 1-5; 629 students at UNC cast absentee 
votes My 4-5; Primary returns (incomplete) My 7; Primary returns (final) 
My 8-1; Vote returns certified My 17-7; Preliminary returns Je 4; Board 
certifies election returns Je 16-30; 

Study shows students' vote turnout is higher Jl 2-5; A whole package 
of rights and obligations came with 18-year-olds right to vote Jl 29-9; 
Scott: youth has elders vote mold Ag 9-7; Jaycees set for vote job (News 
Election Service) 2-32; Holshouser: don't split ballots! 3-23; 

18-vote amendment routine 19-14; Unlisted citizens may vote 23-1; 
Democratic women hear new trends in voting behavior 27-22; Sample ballot 
N 3-8; There are two ways to split vote ticket (dome) N 4-1; NC expects 
record vote N 7-1; Long ballot confronts us again (ed.) N 7-4; 

Results N 8; Record NC vote seen despite lines, tieups N 8-5; Concerns 
vary among voters N 8-7B; Congressional tallies N 9-16; Absentee, split 
voting cited in slow returns N 9-1; More NC races N 9-WA-l; Northampton: 
only county for McGovern (dome) N 10-1; 

Wake vote totals (official) N 10-7; Hawke gets court order to impound 
Durham votes N 11-1; Impounding vote records rare in NC politics (dome) 
N 13-1; Ballot details still withheld (4th congressional district) N 13-7; 
Hawke widens attack on vote N 14-1; 

Vote probe extension granted (Hawke) N 15-1; Counters try to break tie 
(Clinton) N 15-5*; 'Pleasant surprise' awaited N 15-6; Sampson recount gives 
Bass victory N 16-5*; Hawke order is dissolved N 17-1; Hawke files amended 
plea N 18-1; Hawke affidavit lists Wake voters N 21-6; 

Hawke appeals protest N 22-6; Wake denies Hawke petition N 23-1; FBI 
investigating 4th district voting N 26-1,5; Hawke campaign requested probe 
N 27-10; Hawke to get hearing N 29-1; State board to hear Brunswick vote 
appeal (and others) N 29-5; Robert Morgan gets most votes in NC N 29-6; 

Elections board to hear Hawke charges (dome) D 11-1; Hawke appeal contests 
voting machine use D 12-6; Attorneys for Hawke hit voting machine allocation 
D 13-46; Hawke plea denied by Elections Board D 14-1; Hawke should be gone 
for good (ed.) D 14-4; 



138 

VOTING (Cont.) 

2 election appeals denied (Brunswick, Guilford Co.) D 14-5; US district 
court gets Hawke complaint on vote D 15-1; Election theft talk still cheap 
(ed.) D 17-IV,4; Andrews certification halt is asked pending hearing D 19-5; 
Hawke loses bid to overturn vote D 23-1; Hawke may appeal to U. S. judge 
(dome) D 30-1; 
VOTING 

see also 
ELECTIONS BOARD 
WIN 

see 
ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMS 
WAGES AND SALARIES 
see 
LABOR 
WAKE CO 

History leaves a 200-year Wake M 26-IV,l; Special section Jl 17; Wake 
rescue units receive grant S 12-32; Capps appointed civil defense head 5-6; 
Planning unit will total 10 N 7-34; After 70 years, Wake gets Republican 
senator—Barker N 9-5; Wake unit (County Commissioners) gets new look; 
McCluskey to ask recount N 9-5; 

Wake seat won by Purrington N 9-19; McCluskey: no recount N 10-7; 
GOP erodes Wake Democratic strength (an analysis) N 10-44; McCluskey may 
have run for wrong seat on board N 15-5; Wake considers 'greenway system 1 
N 19-1,6; McCluskey says he'll try again N 23-46; 

Tilting of tradition ahead for commission (Cofield) D 4-38; Cofield 
sworn in on board D 5-36; Water, sewer lines becoming big business in Wake 
County D 15-50; 1972 a 'good year' for Wake's people D 26-6; Wake not 
making list for Assembly D 26-10; Wake County receives Crabtree sewer grant 
D 27-5; School bond request (and other issues) looms before commission D 27-8; 
WAKE FOREST UNIV 

Fine arts get boost at WF S 13-2; Lee (nominated as trustee) 14-5; 
WAKE OPPORTUNITIES 
see 
ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMS 
WARRENTON 

Warrenton city manager quits 28-18; 
WATER 

Water resources control reported behind schedule Ap 29-5; Panel rejects 
suit on Winston-Salem Ap 30-5; Bills are causing trouble where water's 'like 
gold': water theft charged Jl 12-32; City council to decide on water rate 
increase Jl 17-30; City to hike water rates Jl 18-1; City water rates remain 
inequitable (ed.) Jl 19-4; 

Top water users affected by change (ed.) Jl 21-4; City shuts down pump 
Jl 21-5; Air base to quit buying city water Jl 22-5; Largest users of city 
water also hit by rate increase Jl 22-28; Water larceny case continued Jl 
28-11; Tailing dam inspections in mining areas sought Jl 29-5; 

City panel finds rates could spur water waste Ag 1-34; Zebulon water 
line expected for Wendell Ag 1-34; Water heat standards attacked Ag 13-1,10; 
Water rate hike to towns urged (Cary, Garner) Ag 15-34; 



139 

WATER (Cont.) 

Water rates stir Sanford Ag 18-5; Council hikes water rates for Cary, 
Garner lines Ag 22-5; Higher industrial rates for water suggested Ag 25-5; 
Sanford group fights water rate increase S 3-1,5; Nick asks water aid in 
Wendell S 14-5; Nick pledges efforts on Wendell water woes S 19-32; 

Shallotte water crisis eases S 21-5; Water debt hits Carrboro 11-5; 
UNC wants (Carrboro) bill paid in full 12-5; Louisburg OK's sale of water 
13-5; Raleigh-Durham plan to share water seen 28-5; Wendell water supply 
funds cleared by HUD N 2-5; Water plants to get funds N 3-5; 

Wilson water funds set N 18-5; Need for reservoirs is questioned (Cooper) 
N 18-32; Controversy bubbles over groundwater supply N 22-5; Water supply 
threat cited (Raleigh) N 28-1; Holshouser pressed on Nixon fund cuts N 30-6; 
(Federal) water fund release asked (Jaycees) D 4-5; HUD mulls water grants 
for Vance cities, Oxford D 22-5; 
WATER 

see also 
REVENUE SHARING; WATER AND AIR RESOURCES; WATER POLLUTION 
WATER AND AIR RESOURCES 

Gov. Scott appoints five to pollution control board J 29-6; Workshop 
(reservoir shoreline development) set at Chapel Hill S 7-5; Air, water law 
called useless S 8-6; Grace slated for Senate rivers panel S 10-1,7; New 
US pollution laws may change NC controls D 13-5; 
WATER POLLUTION 

Nader's water cleanup outlined (Wilmington) J 9-5; One area (Fayetteville) 
warned on water J 15-1; Foul water threatens Cumberland J 16-1; NC seafood 
dealers say federal forms puzzling J 19-21; Cleaner stream progress said slow 
moving F 3-6; Changes sought in stream lists F 4-24; 

New River swimming ban may soon ease F 5-5*; Rains causing sewage discharge 
in area creek F 24-9; Wake firm planning new waste facilities M 4-5; Columbia 
has water woes M 4-8; More oil spills reported in NC M 9-10; NC oil spills 
get out of hand (ed.) M 13-4; Water request worries farmers M 31-5; 

NC may lead cleanup of phosphorous pollution Ap 4-5; Permit OK'd for 
firm's cleanup job Ap 5-9; Ship-barge collision spills fuel Ap 20-5*; Modern 
water system planned for Ocracoke Ap 22-5*; Aquatic week threatens northeastern 
NC coast Ap 23-5; Action slow on waste control My 19-10; 

Base death laid to bad water My 22-5; Pollution charged to four firms 
Je 16-5*; Pollution charge cited coastal firm (Fry Roofing) Je 29-12; Company 
(Texfi) admits pollution Ag 11-9; Nick asks denial on dump dock Ag 11-25; 
Twin city water source closed Ag 20-1,5; 

Officials battle oil spill in western NC Ag 21-5*; Water pollution ills 
unexplained Ag 21-5; Slight reduction seen in Chowan's algae Ag 22-5; Twin 
City lake tests continuing Ag 23-6; Board learns Chowan River is near 'death'; 
Nobody's happy about river Ag 25-1; 

Dead fish discovered on Chowan Ag 26-1; A blooming river's friends and 
foes (Chowan) Ag 27-IV,3; Polluter (Farmer's Chemical) lured to the Chowan 
(ed.) Ag 27-IV,4; Helms pushes protection of Chowan River Ag 29-23; Chowan 
River control plan receives federal attention Ag 30-5; 



140 

WATER POLLUTION (Cont.^ 

Little River pollution cited S 7-5; Air Force to stop polluting Little 
River S 8-5; Hatteras oil peril lessens S 16-1; Oil slick woes to fade 
S 17-1,5; Waste dumping charged in suits S 18-5; Local leaders rapped for 
river's (Chowan) conditions S 19-5; 

Mysterious slick drifting toward Bogue Banks surf S 20-5; Firm (Rose 
Hill Poultry) offers plan to stop pollution S 22-5; Wind dissipates slick 
off coast S 22-5; Asphalt spilled off coast S 30-5*; Spill clean up goes 
on (Morehead City) 1-1,5; 

Adding a straw to the logjam (Chowan) 1-IV,3; Coastal waters threatened 
6-1; Legal action urged in Chowan dumping 7-1; Plant dumping said halted 
(Chowan River) 8-1,5; Pollution board in bind on poultry firm's waste 9-5; 
Dumping suit (against Farmers Chemical) is expected 12-5*; 

Town (Hillsborough) acts to end fish kills 12-5; Tunis plant official 
weighs suit's impact 14-5; Waters closed to shellfishing 15-1,1; Farmers 
Chemical invited legal action (ed.) 18-4; State pollution suit asks chemical 
plant shutdown 18-5; 

Firm (Farmers Chemical) supports Chowan cleanup 20-5; Helms praises 
Chowan cleanup 21-5; Water funding (federal clean water bill) called benefit 
21-19; The making of a firms commitment (Farmer's Chemical) 22-IV,3; A 
new position by Farmers Chemical (ed.) 23-4; 

Chemical firm agrees to close for cleanup 24-1; Ban adjusted on shell- 
fishing 24-5; Firmness on pollution gets results (Farmers Chemical, ed . ) 
25-4; Plant pledges no layoff despite shutdown order 26-5; Controls urged 
against spills 28-5; Newport River pollution endangering oyster beds N 17-5; 

Duplin poultry firm gets waste system deadline N 18-5; Chemical plant 
(Farmers Chemical) halts operations N 23-5; Farmers Chemical seeks to reopen; 
state resists D 8-5; Plant (Farmers Chemical) wins decision D 13-1; 
WATER POLLUTION 
see also 
POLLUTION 
WATERMELON FESTIVAL 

It was a seedy affair, but it really had class Ag 10-6; 
WEATHER 

see also 
STORMS 
WEIGHT 

Students can reduce fast S 17-IV,2; 'Everyone loves a fat man (except 
himself), but... no one loves a former fat man 1-IV,7; 
WELFARE DEPT 
see 
PUBLIC WELFARE 
WENDELL 

Wendell mayor criticizes Helms (on water grant) N 5-1,4; 
WESLEYAN COLLEGE 

New- look curriculum at NC Wesleyan M 12-IV,1; New program started by 
Wesleyan College S 13-3; 



141 

WESTERN CAROLINA UN IV 

Dr. Carlton heads WCU at Cullowhee Je 28-5; Scott picks two trustees Jl 8-2; 
Chancellor commissioned 29-1,5; 
WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMM 

The outdoors is his beat Je 11-IV,1; Wildlife Commission honors first 
chairman (Coley) Jl 25-5*; Quite a roundup in Bertie Co. (ed.) S 14-4; Hols- 
houser endorses plan 28-19; Clyde Patton ousted from Wildlife post D 19-1; 
Patton ouster said political D 20-1; 

Cronyism on the Wildlife Commission (ed.) D 20-4; Attack surprises Patton 
D 21-8; Woodhouse : rehire Patton D 28-1; Woodhouse can encourage more unity 
(ed.) D 29-4; 
WILLS AND ESTATES 

Race mention is ruled out (wills) Jl 7-5; 'Being of sound mind, I hereby 
scribble. . . ' 15-1,9; 
WILMINGTON 

Race relation gains seen at Wilmington J 13-27; Rights group backs 
Wilmington hearings J 26-5; Kirby found guilty on 2 riot charges F 23-5* ; 
Blacks issue plea on Wilmington F 27-4; Wilmington quiet after disturbance 
F 27-5; Tension grips Wilmington F 29-5"; 

Strife blamed on hoodlums M 5-7; Black drive planned for Wilmington 
M 19-5; New Hanover (race relations) My 2-5*; Police in Wilmington barricade 
sniper area Ag 19-5; Appeal denied (Kirby) Ag 24-5; Council creates police 
post N 14-5*; 
WILMINGTON 
see also 
CHAVIS, BEN,* LAW ENFORCEMENT,* VIOLENCE 
WILMINGTON COLLEGE 
see 
UNC-W 
WILSON 

Discipline alive and marching in drum-bugle corps Je 2-5; Patriots welcome 
parades Je 4-V,3; Frinks jailed after march D 1-5; Wilson reported quiet D 23-23 
WINE 

Taste test is best judgement for wines 8-111,6; 
WINSTON -SALEM STATE UN IV 

Scott names board member (Mast) Jl 19-5; 
WOMEN 

Ladies, it's time you stopped acting 'just like a woman' J 2-IV,3; Phillips 
admits women's problems J 16-6; Woman appointed judge J 26-5; Women prepare to 
toss political hats in ring J 31-12; Gym no longer man's world F 6-111,1; Women 
toss their hats in and out of political arena M 5-111,1; 

Woman geologist is breaking ground in field that once was man' domain Ap 4-10 
Women candidates voice mixed reactions to primary results My 9-13; NOW group 
holds first Raleigh meet My 19-14; Women want legal power for maiden names Je 18-^ 
Petticoat pilot flies to relax Je 22-17; 

Only woman cab driver enjoys Chapel Hill job Je 28-5; Women behind the 
badge Je 28-15; Guard may recruit women Jl 19-8; Women's lib meet planned 
(NCSU) Jl 20-30; 4-H girls look at expanded roles Jl 27-33; Family unit is a 
personal necessity Jl 28-18; 



142 

WOMEN (Cont.) 

How do you keep the household running? Ag 6-111,1; The many causes of 
guilt (working mothers) Ag 6-111,1; Problems besiege working mothers Ag 6-111,1; 
Husbands: some are for it and some against it (working wives) Ag 6-111,3; 
Raleigh 'singles' speak out for advantages of independence Ag 7-15; 

Happily-ever-after myth exploded Ag 24-35; Ads are protested by women's 
group Ag 25-6; Changes in women's roles not fast enough, says NOW Ag 25-17; 
Local feminists to observe 19th amendment anniversary Ag 25-17; It's a 
family (Wellington) affair on the job (woman carpenter) Ag 26-5; 

Woman (Hermans) gets duty aboard helicopters S 2-5*; Even if it costs a 
hair-do women take to car washing S 7-21; Female (Griffith) makes naval history 
S 10-1,7; A lot of incentive and a little luck took Joye Jordan to her swivel 
chair 19-30; Potential scientists banging typewriters?; women's job status 
climbs up slowly 24-13; 

Career education asked for women 24-23; NC women campaigners (for 
legislature) fight stereotyped images N 5-111,3; Pregnancy ruling called 
'repugnant' N 11-8; Women educators' benefits cited N 13-5; Campus lures 
housewives N 26-111,1; 

Motherhood beginning after 40 brings benefits and a few disadvantages 
D 13-17; NOW hears woman lobbyist (Cook) plea for clear thoughts and cool 
heads D 21-31; In NC women spoke up on every issue D 26-21; Ms. McKay finds 
new appointments are disappointing D 31-111,3; By day, by night, by mail 
women can go to college D 31-111,5; 
WOMEN 

see also 
DISCRIMINATION; EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT,' WOMEN IN COMMUNITY SERVICE- 

WOMEN'S CLUBS* WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS 
WOMEN IN COMMUNITY SERVICE 

Listening is their business say 'Women in Action' Jl 31-14; 
WOMEN'S CLUBS 

Tar Heels get top club posts Jl 23-111,11; Women's clubs face changing 
needs of 70 's S 4-19; Woman representative (Cashion) picked for seminar 
S 24-1,5; 
WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS 

Women hold first political caucus J 30-6; Women rate congressmen Ag 29-5; 
Ms. McKay finds new appointments are disappointing D 31-111,3; 
WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH 

Mayor resigns M 30-5*; Pavilion fate awaited Ap 14-5; 
WRITERS AND WRITING 

Poets get rules to visit schools J 29-6; Latest Tar Heel 'little magazines' 
offer mixed bag of fiction, verse Ap 9-IV,7; Will today's poetry survive? 
Ap 16-IV,3; Kids are poets, now they know it My 21-IV,1; Roundtable set for 
mid-August Jl 16-IV,7; Tar Heel writers to meet Jl 23-IV,7; 8th Tar Heel 
writers' meet to be held Ag 18-8; 

Poetry in schools program begins S 3-IV,7; Tar Heels are included in 
short story awards S 10-IV,6; NC poet (Pearson) is 93 S 16-5; Wide-ranging 
look at current NC literary magazines S 24-IV,7; Raleigh poets receive honor 
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WRITERS AND WRITING (Cont . ) 

En route to some poetic justice Adrianne Marcus comes home again 27-21; 
Eating crow on 'rent-a-poet ' 29-IV,6; Poets received well in program N 4-5; 
Catching up on Tar Heel (book) news D 24-IV,6; Book publishing on rise in 
state D 31-IV,6; 
W. W. HOLDING INSTITUTE 
see 
HOLDING TECH 
ZOOS 

Zoo to open in March J 18-17; Fund raisers try far out idea F 26-8; 
Distinction given to zoo privies M 11-1; Privy doors open at state zoo M 19-5; 
His neighbors to be animals (Holland) Ag 9-14; Zoo group gets ideas on trip 
Ap 27-19; Naming of zoo director near S 6-7; 

NC zoo board picks new head S 10-1,5; Milwaukee man (Speidel) offered 
state zoo director post S 24-1,5; Zoo pay offer not confirmed S 27-18; NC 
zoo post turned down N 29-14;